(Possibly) John Hawkins (1761-1841), and by descent to his son,
John Heywood Hawkins (1802-1877), Bignor Park, Pulborough, West Sussex, and to his nephew,
John Heywood Johnstone (1850-1904), at Bignor Park.
with William Lawson Peacock (d. 1921), Duke Street, London, circa 1920.
with A.H. Buttery (restorer), London, 1922.
Paul Baerwald (1871-1961), New York; Sotheby's, London, 26 June 1957, lot 47, as Rembrandt (£3,800 to Agnew's).
with Agnew's, London, as Rembrandt, from whom acquired by
C.G. Hoare, and by descent.
THE PROPERTY OF A FAMILY
C. Hofstede de Groot, Die Holländische Kritik der jetzigen Rembrandt-Forschung, Stuttgart and Berlin, 1922, pp. 41-2, fig. 8, as Rembrandt.
W.R. Valentiner, Klassiker der Kunst: Rembrandt, Stuttgart and Leipzig, 1921, p. 65, as Rembrandt.
King's Lynn, The Fermoy Art Gallery, The Collection made by C.G. Hoare, M.C., and Family, 25 July-8 August 1970, no. 10, as 'Rembrandt'.