Harald Bendixson, Roxley House, Hertfordshire; Christie's, London, 5 July 1929, lot 147, to Destramm (1,950 gns. with pendant).
with Wildenstein, Paris and New York, by 1937 until at least 1942.
Maurice de Rothschild, Paris, from whom purchased by the following.
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Mayer, Tarrytown, New York, c. 1952, and by inheritance to his widow
Cecile Lehman Mayer, Tarrytown, New York, and by descent to
Betty Lehman Asiel, White Plains, New York.
PROPERTY FORMERLY IN THE COLLECTION OF CECILE LEHMAN MAYER
A.C., 'Venezia: La mostra delle feste e delle maschere veneziane', Emporium, July 1937, LXXXVI, p. 397, as Giambattista Tiepolo.
M. Goering, 'Giov. Domenico Tiepolo' in Theime-Becker Künstlerlexicon, Leipzig, 1939, XXXIII, p. 160.
A. Morassi, 'Domenico Tiepolo', Emporium, June 1941, XCIII, p. 271-273.
G. Fiocco, 'Tiepolo in Spagna', Le Arti, October 1942, pp. 9-10, as Giambattista Tiepolo.
A. Morassi, 'Una mostra del Settecento veneziano a Detroit', Arte Veneta, 1953, p. 54.
A. Morassi, A complete catalogue of the paintings of G. B. Tiepolo, London, 1962, p. 35.
J. Byam-Shaw, The drawings of Domenico Tiepolo, London, 1962, pp. 14-15.
A. Mariuz, Giandomenico Tiepolo, Venice, 1971, pp. 129-130, pl. 192.
A. Rizzi, Mostra del Tiepolo, exhibition catalogue, Milan, 1971, p. 167, fig. 106.
E. Fahy in The Wrightsman Pictures, New Haven, 2005, under cat. no. 30, pp. 104-106, fig. 3.
Venice, Ca' Rezzonico, Feste e maschere veneziane, 6 May-31 October 1937, no. VII.6, fig. 33, as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (catalogue by G. Lorenzetti).
Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Loan exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints of the two Tiepolos: Giovanni Battista and Giovanni Domenico, 4 February-6 March 1938, no. 25, as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (catalogue by D. Catton-Rich).
San Francisco, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Venetian painting from the fifteenth through the eighteenth century, 25 June-24 July 1938, no. 62, as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (catalogue eds. T.C. Howe and W. Heil).
Detroit, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Venice 1700-1800: An exhibition of Venice and the Eighteenth Century, 30 September-2 November 1952, no. 70, as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (catalogue by E.P. Richardson).