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Baron de Rothschild (?) by 1855; sale, [Christie's, London?], May 2, 1874, no. 66, to Henry Graves & Co. (dealer), London; Charles Neck, November 4, 1887; Steven T. Gooden, London, by 1892; Boston Art Students Association by 1895; R. Hall McCormick; his sale, American Art Assocation, April 15, 1920, no. 81, to René Scherwin; inherited by Arabella S. Leib; inherited by Laurence K. McCreery and Renée McCreery Moore, Woodside, California
Graves and Cronin, A History of the Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. 1899-1901, vol. 1, p 128 repr. *** Glenn, C. W., Time Dust: James Rosenquist, Complete Graphics:1962-1992, p. 150, no. 127. ; Information on provenance from Oswald Goetz, Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., N.Y. in letter dated Oct. 3, 1959. Other information of Reynolds from International Art Market, vol. I, No. 3, May 1961, p 54.
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