Collections: Paul Methuen, London (?). Gratiana Methuen Rogers, daughter of Paul Methuen and wife of the Reverend John Rogers. Through their son, John Methuen Rogers, whose niece and adopted daughter, Elizabeth Wilson, married Edward Edgell, rector of Rodden, Frome, the painting passed to the Edgell family. On the death of Edward Edgell, it passed to his son, E.B. Edgell, Standerwick Court, Somerset, who placed it on sale at Christie’s, June 24, 1876, Lot 122, and bought it back for £95 11s. Methuen Edgell (son of E.B. Edgell) sale, May 12, 1906, Christie’s, Lot 75, sold for £2,205 to Sir Hugh Lane. Sold by him in 1911, for £30,000, to Arthur Grenfell. His sale, June 26, 1914, Christie’s, Lot 66, bought back by Sir Hugh Lane. Frick, 1915.
Source: Paintings in The Frick Collection: French, Italian and Spanish. Volume II. New York: The Frick Collection, 1968.