Sir John Brownlow, Bt., 1st Viscount Tyrconnel (1690-1754), Arlington Street, St. James's, London, by 1738.
His sister and heiress, Anne (1694-1779), widow of Sir Richard Cust, by whom removed to Belton House, Lincolnshire, and by descent there through her grandson and heir, Sir Brownlow Cust, 1st Baron Brownlow (1744-1807) to Sir Peregrine Francis Adelbert Cust, 6th Baron Brownlow, and by descent.
The Goods belonging to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Tyrconnel in his Lordship's House in Arlington Street, St. James's, London, taken the 22nd and folowing days in May 1738, ms. in the Belton Archives, Lincolnshire record Office, 'Two views of Venice' in the Great Parlour.
Inventory of Pictures of the Right Hon Viscount Tyrconnel, deceased, taken in Arlington Street, St. James's, 2nd day of April 1754, Ms., '2 views of Venice by Marieski & Chenerole' in the Dining Room.
Mr. Patch's Account of the pictures at Belton, ms., 1779 or shortly after, among four pictures described as 'Canaletti - A View in Venice'.
The Hon. Elizabeth Cust, A Catalogue of the Pictures at Belton House, ms., c. 1805-6, nos. 19-20, described as 'Canaletti - View of Venice: Companion to the Former', in the Small Dining Room.
Lady Elizabeth Cust, Records of the Cust Family, II, The Brownlows of Belton, London, 1909, p. 232 (transcript of the 1754 inventory).
F. Russell, 'The Picture Collection at Belton' in the catalogue of Christie's Belton House Sale, 30 April - 2 May 1984, p. 162.
R. Toledano, Michele Marieschi. L'opera completa, Milan, 1988, p. 70, no. V. 5.1, and p. 111, no.V. 33.1, both illustrated.
M. Manzelli, Michele Marieschi e il suo alter-ego Francesco Albotto, Venice, 1991, p. 88, no. A. 42.6.
R. Toledano, Michele Marieshi. Catalogo ragionata, 2nd ed., Milan, 1995, pp. 58-59, no.V. 5b, illustrated and with a detail, and pp. 114-15, no.V.39.a.
F. Montecuccoli degli Erri and F. Pedrocco, Michele Marieschi: La vita, l'ambiente, l'opera, Milan, 1999, pp. 248-49 and 251, nos. 29-30.