(Possibly) Henry II de Bourbon-Condé (1588-1646) and possibly by descent to his son,
Henri Jules de Bourbon-Condé (1643-1709).
(Possibly) Lefebvre fils, Liège; Le Chevalier, Paris, 15 October 1811, lot 184, as 'A. Vandyck'.
(Possibly) M. Solirène; Paris, 11 March 1812, lot 19, as 'Dick (Antoine van)' and 'Jean Wildens' (3,980 frs. to Hypolite Delaroche).
(Possibly) Pierre-Joseph Lafontaine; Christie's, London, 8 May 1813, lot 75, as 'V. Dyck' (unsold).
Sir Richard Clayton of Adlington (1745-1825), Adlington Hall, Wigan, Lancashire, by about 1815, from whom acquired by
Alexander, 6th Earl of Balcarres (1752-1825), Haigh Hall, Wigan, Lancashire, by about 1817 and by descent in the Crawford and Balcarres family, Haigh Hall, Wigan; Christie's, London, 11 October 1946, lot 166, as 'Vandyck' (63 gns. to F. Sabin).
with F. Sabin, London; Christie's, London, 11 March 1955, lot 125, as 'Vandyck' (24 gns. to Thornberg).
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 27 January 2006, lot 214, as 'Studio of Sir Anthony van Dyck' ($93,000).
with Salander-O'Reilly, New York; Christie's, New York, 9 June 2010, lot 254, as 'Studio of Sir Anthony van Dyck' ($98,500).