CreditThe Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Fund, proceeds from the 2011 Minneapolis Print and Drawing Fair, the Richard Lewis Hillstrom Fund, gift of funds from Nivin MacMillan, the Winton Jones Endowment Fund for Prints and Drawings, and gift of Herschel V. Jones, gift of Mrs. Ridgely Hunt, and gift of Miss Eileen Bigelow and Mrs. O. H. Ingram, in memory of their mother, Mrs. Alice F. Bigelow, by exchange Provenance(Falkeisen & Huber, Basel (Lugt 1008 and supplement), by 1823) .
Private collection, Germany. (Sale Christie's, London, December 4, 2007, lot 101, £72,500); (C. G. Boerner, New York, and Danielle Laube, New York).
 Considerable confusion exists around the mark, Lugt 1008. In his 1921 edition, Lugt assigned the mark to H. Füssli & Cie, Zürich, a firm run by Heinrich Füssli, IV (1755- 1829), son of the famous painter. He noted that others had assigned the mark to Falkenstein & Haber, Basel, and to Falkeisen & Huber, Basel. In his 1956 edition, Lugt noted that it was indeed the firm of Theodor Falkeisen (1768-1814) of Johann Friedrich Huber (1766-1832), which operated under their names until 1823.