Anthonius Triest, Bishop of Ghent (according to P.-J. Mariette in the Crozat catalogue).
Possibly Cornelis Vermeulen.
P. Crozat (his number ‘24’, L.3612); Paris, 10 April-13 May 1741, part of lot 814.
Jean-Baptiste-Pierre Lebrun; Paris, 29 September 1806, lot 160.
M. Brunet (according to Woodburn's 1835 catalogue).
Bought by Samuel Woodburn for Sir Thomas Lawrence (L.2445); unsold at the 1835 exhibition of his collection by Samuel Woodburn.
Samuel Woodburn; Christie's, London, 4-8 June 1860, lot 801 (28 gns. to Nieuwenhuys).
John Charles Robinson, London; Christie’s, London, 12-14 May 1902, lot 345 (£10 to Peters);
Clifford Duits, London, thence by descent to
Anonymous sale; Sotheby’s, London, 9 July 2008, lot 16, where acquired by the present owner.
J. Richardson Sr. and Jr., An account of some of the Statues, Bas-reliefs, Drawings and Pictures in Italy, & sc. with remarks, London, 1722, p. 12.
M. Rooses, ‘Œuvre de Rubens. Addenda et corrigenda’, Bulletin-Rubens/ Rubens-Bulletijn, V, 1900, p. 198.
M. Rooses, Rubens' leven en werken, Amsterdam, 1903, I, p. 32, ill.
M. Rooses, Rubens, Philadelphia, 1904, I, p. 32, ill.
F. Lugt, Musée du Louvre. Inventaire général des dessins des écoles du Nord publié sous les auspices du Cabinet des dessins. Ecole flamande, Paris, 1949, II, p. 29, under no. 1081.
M. Jaffé, 'Rubens and Giulio Romano at Mantua', The Art Bulletin, XL, 1958, p. 326, note 7.
J. Bouchot-Saupique, Dessins de Pierre-Paul Rubens, exh. cat. Paris, Musée du Louvre, 1959, p. 22, under no. 40.
J.G. van Gelder, ‘The Triumph of Scipio by Rubens. P. Crozat sale (1741), lot 814’, Duits Quarterly, VIII, 1965, pp. 5, 9-13, 16-18, ill.
D. Rosand, 'Rubens Drawings', The Art Bulletin, XLVIII, 1966, p. 242.
M. Jaffé, Rubens and Italy, Oxford, 1977, p. 43, fig. 113.
N. De Poorter, The Eucharist Series (Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard, II), Brussels, London and Philadelphia, 1978, I, p. 204, note 136.
D. Freedberg, 'L'année Rubens, manifestations et publications en 1977', Revue de l'Art, no. 39, 1978, p. 84.
B. Jestaz with R. Bacou, Jules Romain. L'Histoire de Scipion, exh. cat., Paris, Grand Palais, 1978, p. 137, under no. XXII.2.
A.-M. Logan, 'Rubens Exhibitions, 1977-78', Master Drawings, XVI, 1978, p. 447.
A.-M. Logan, 'Publication received [Review of B. Jestaz and R. Bacou, Jules Romain. L'Histoire de Scipion, tapisseries et dessins, Paris 1978], Master Drawings, XVIII, 1980, p. 60.
H. Macandrew, Italian Schools: Supplement (Ashmolean Museum Oxford, Catalogue of the Collection of Drawings, III), Oxford, 1980, p. 263.
R. Bacou, Autour de Raphael. Dessins et peintures du Musée du Louvre, exh. cat. Paris, Musée du Louvre, 1983, p. 55, under no. 59
J. Wood, Copies and Adaptations from Renaissance and Later Artists: Italian Artists: I. Raphael and his school (Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard, XXVI (2)), London and Turnhout, 2010, I, no. 75, pls. 11, 16 and fig. 189.
A.T. Woollett, ‘Faith and Glory. The Infanta Isabel Clara Eugenia and the Triumph of the Eucharist’, in Alejandro Vergara and Anne T. Woollett, eds., Spectacular Rubens. The Triumph of the Eucharist, exhib. cat., Los Angeles, The J. Paul Getty Museum, and Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado, Prado, 2014-2015, p. 28, note 77
London, The Lawrence Gallery, First Exhibition. A Catalogue of One Hundred Original Drawings by Sir P.P. Rubens, Collected by Sir Thomas Lawrence, late President of the Royal Academy, 1835, no. 9 (catalogue by S. Woodburn).
London, The New Gallery, Exhibition of Pictures by Masters of the Flemish and British Schools including a Selection from the Works of Sir Peter Paul Rubens, 1899-1900, no. 154.
Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland and Nottingham, Djanogly Art Gallery, Rubens. Drawing on Italy, 2002, no. 36 (catalogue by J. Wood), p. 16, no. 36, fig. 4.