Collections: Javier Goya, son of the artist. Purchased in 1836 by Baron Taylor and Adrien Dauzats for the French government. King Louis Philippe of France (died in exile at Claremont, Surrey, in 1850). Louis Philippe sale, May 2–21, 1853, Christie’s, Lot 354, sold to Henry Labouchere (afterward Lord Taunton). Inherited by Labouchere’s grandson, E.A.V. Stanley, Quantock Lodge, Bridgewater, Somerset. Agnew. Bought by Colnaghi and Knoedler, July, 1914. Frick, 1914.
Source: Paintings in The Frick Collection: French, Italian and Spanish. Volume II. New York: The Frick Collection, 1968.