By 1864, with H. Hasket Smith, Esq., Trowswell, Goudhurst; May 28, 1864, H. Hasket Smith sale at Christie's, London, bought in; May 9, 1896, Smith sale, Christie's, London, lot 101, to Frazer for 520 guineas. 1908, with Barnett Lewis [see note 1]; March 3, 1930, Lewis sale, Christie's, London, lot 113 to Blaker for £441. By 1933, with Dudley Tooth, London; 1933, sold by Dudley Tooth to a relative of Ogden Phipps [see note 2]; subsequently given to Phipps as a gift; acquired from Ogden Phipps by William A. Coolidge (b. 1901 - d. 1992), Topsfield and Cambridge, MA [see note 3]; 1993, bequest of William A. Coolidge to the MFA. (Accession Date: January 27, 1993) NOTES:  Lent by Lewis to the Franco- British Exhibition, no. 20.  See copy of William A. Coolidge writings in MFA curatorial file, stating that the painting was purchased by an "English relative" of Ogden Phipps and given to him as a wedding gift.  Coolidge acquired the painting from Phipps, according to his writings.
Bequest of William A. Coolidge