(Probably) Robert Fullerton Udny (1722-1802), recorded in his executors' catalogue of 1802, no. 38, as 'Albano [sic] and P. Brill, figures small but highly finished and truly elegant...the landscape, equally fine', measurements given as 11 inches by 1 foot 3 inches [11 by 15 in.]; (+) Christie's, London, 18 May 1804, lot 46, as 'Albano and P. Brill, The Triumph of love, represented by Cupid repulsing a satyr from two beautiful Nymphs' (18 gns. to [F.C.] De Bligny).
Dr. E. Peart (1756/8-1824), on behalf of whom offered for sale by William Buchanan in his Pall Mall gallery, 6 January 1816 et. seq., cat. no. 92, as 'A. Carracci, The Triumph of Divine love, on copper a subject etched by himself' (presumably unsold), as subsequently offered at the European Museum, April 1817, lot 65, as Agostino Carracci (apparently sold, as not reoffered in the catalogue of March 1818).
Captain D.M. Clark, Oldfield Cottage, Ruislip; (+) Christie's, London, 2 May 1930, lot 54, as 'Albani: Nymphs, Satyr and Cupid' (14 gns. to Southey).
R. Williamson, 'Omnia vincit Amor: Un dipinto di Agostino Carracci', Accademia Clementina, Atti e Memorie, 30-31, 1991-2, pp. 110-150, illustrated in colour.
Wilmington, Delaware Art Museum, Mostly Baroque: Italian Paintings and Drawings from the Carlo Croce Collection, 24 April-14 June 1992.