with Samson Wertheimer, from whom purchased by
Agnew's, London, 8 June 1885, where purchased by
Daniel Thwaites, 22 April 1886, and by descent to
The Dowager Lady Alvingham; Christie's, London, 14 July 1987, lot 190.
with Agnew's, London, where purchased by the present owner.
From The Collection of the Late Professor Luke Herrmann
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London, Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition, 1798, no. 353.
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London, Guildhall, 1899, no. 118.
London, Agnew's, 1913, no. 29.
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