with Arthur Tooth & Sons, London.
Mr. Peto, Isle of Wight (by 1947).
Ruth Carter Stevenson (daughter of Amon Carter and founder and chairman of the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth; acquired in 1977).
Sold by a member of the immediate family of the above through Pilsbury Peters Fine Art, Dallas.
Property of a Private American Collector; Sotheby’s, London, 3 June 2003, lot 139.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
Illustrated London News, 3 June 1939, p. 978 (illustrated).
R. Fernier, La vie et l’oeuvre de Gustave Courbet: Catalogue raisonné, Lausanne and Paris, 1977, pp. 94-5, no. 153 (illustrated).
P. Courthion, Tout l’oeuvre peint de Courbet, Paris, 1987, pp. 80-1, no. 148 (illustrated).
Montréal, W. Scott and Son, De Delacroix à Dufy, 1938, no. 6
New York, Bignou Gallery, Peinture française de XIX Siècle, 1939.
London, Arts Council of Great Britain, French paintings from Mr. Peto’s Collection, 1947.
London, The Royal Academy, Landscape in French Art 1550-1900, 10 December 1949- 5 March 1950.
London, Arts Council of Great Britain, French paintings from Mr. Peto’s Collection, 1951-52, no. 8.
London, Marlborough Gallery, 1953, no. 9.
Plymouth, City Art Gallery, French impressionists from Mr. Peto’s Collection, 1960, no. 20.
Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum, on extended loan from the previous owner (Ruth Carter Stevenson), 1979-82.