Mme. Camille Lelong; Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 27 April 1903, lot 27.
with Sedelmeyer, Paris, 1905.
T.J. Blakeslee; his sale, American Art Association, New York, 6-7 April 1905, lot 46, where purchased by
Eugene Fischof; his sale, Fifth Avenue Galleries, 19-24 February 1906, lot 30, where purchased by
Emerson McMillin; sale, American Art Association, New York, 20-23 January 1913, lot 235 ($7,200 to Edward Brandus).
Frederick W. Schumacher, Columbus, Ohio, by 1923, and by bequest to the
Columbus Museum of Art, 1957.
PROPERTY OF THE COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART, OHIO, TO BENEFIT ITS ACQUISITION FUND
K. Paris, ed., The Frederick W. Schumacher Collection, Columbus, 1976, pp. 91-93 (entry by E. Munhall).
M. Nan Rosenfeld, Largillierre portraitiste du dix-huitième siècle, exhibition catalogue, Montreal, 1981, under no. 19, p. 126.
G.K. Fiero, The Humanistic Tradition: The Age of the Baroque and the European Enlightenment, IV, University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1992, p. 106.