Provenance'Paul Guillaume (1891–1934), Paris. Dr. Jacques Soubiès, Paris (until 1940, his sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, December 13, 1940, no. 88). Mme. Germaine Bignou (by 1945–at least 1951). [Paul Rosenberg and Co., New York, 1953–57; sold, June 13, for $25,000, to Mia)
 If owned by Paul Guillaume, it may have passed into the hands of his widow, Domenica, later the wife of the architect Jean Walter (according to the Musée de l'Orangerie). Additionally, Zborowski may have owned the work at one time as well.
 Germaine Bignou (Paris 1893–1965 Paris) was married to the dealer Etienne Bignou (Paris 1891-1950 Paris), of Bignou Gallery in New York, which was open from 1935 to 1950.
 The purchase was funded by Donald and Elizabeth Martin Winston, Los Angeles, California and Winston's sister-in-law, Martha H. Whitaker, who remained anonymous.