ProvenanceGaston Bernheim, Paris. [Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, in 1922] . André Lefevre. Jos Hessel, Paris. Sale, Paris, Hotel Drouot, June 1, 1932, no. 39, repr. [Lefevre Gallery, London].  James Archdale, England. Duncan MacDonald, London. Sale, July 7, 1948, for £1,057; [Dalzell Hatfield Gallery, Los Angeles, by 1948]. Fanny Brice, Los Angeles, California (until d. 1951); [Dalzell Hatfield Gallery, Los Angeles, 1952; sold to Maslon]; Samuel H. and Luella R. Maslon, Palm Springs, California and Wayzata, Minnesota (1952–1959; given to MIA)
 Bernheim-Jeune lent work to Venice Biennale, listing value at 22,000 livres.
 Lefevre owned half interest in the painting with Hatfield. Stock no. 153/47.
 According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune article (1959), "The painting was purchased in California 10 years ago from the collection of the late Fanny Brice." The work was still in the collection of Brice when she loaned it to MoMA in 1951.