Sir John Campbell, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane (1796-1862), Taymouth Castle (and possibly previously in his apartments at Holyrood House, Edinburgh), and by inheritance to his sister,
Lady Elizabeth Pringle (d. 1878), and by descent to her daughter,
The Hon. Mrs Robert Baillie-Hamilton (d. 1912), Langton, Duns., near Berwick, Scotland, and by inheritance to her sister,
Magdalen, Lady Bateson Harvey (d. 1913), and by inheritance to the great-nephew by marriage of Sir Robert Bateson Harvey,
Lt.-Col. the Hon. Thomas George Breadalbane Morgan-Grenville-Gavin D.S.O., M.C. (1891-1965), Langton, Duns., Berwick, and by descent to the present owner.
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE ENGLISH COLLECTION
C. Hofstede de Groot, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the most eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century, London, 1909, p. 281, no. 83.
Inventory of the Collection of the late Hon. Mrs Baillie-Hamilton (d. 11 April 1912), Langton, Duns., Berwickshire (Waterhouse collection, Getty Archives, Santa Monica), p. 10.
London, Royal Academy, Exhibition of Works by the Old Masters and by Deceased Masters of the British School, 3 January–12 March 1881, no. 85.
Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Academy, Works of Old Masters & Scottish National Portraits, 1883, no. 334.
London, Royal Academy, Winter Exhibition, 1889, no. 85 (lent by R. Baillie Hamilton).