ProvenanceRittmeister (Captain) Adolf Neufeld, Vienna, sold May 17, 1922 to an unidentified buyer . Released for export by the Austrian Bundesdenkmalamt, date uncertain. (Sold, Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, Hamburg, November 29-December 1, 1976); Serge Sabarsky, New York (1912-1996) ; Estate of Serge Sabarsky, New York; (Galerie St. Etienne, New York, by 2009-11) ; sold to MIA, 2012.
 Adolf Neufeld was a Rittmeister (Captain) in the Austro-Hungarian Cavalry and one of Schiele's superiors, 1917-18. He supported Schiele's art as well as that of other progressive artists.
 A prominent dealer in Schiele's work and co-founder of the Neue Gallery, a New York museum dedicated to German and Austrian art of the early 20th-century.
 Galerie St. Etienne was founded by Otto Kallir, the first publisher of Schiele's drypoints. The gallery is now owed by his granddaughter, Jane Kallir, author of the catalogue raisonné Egon Schiele: The Complete Works (1990).