– Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett R.N. Ketterer, Stuttgart, Germany, B- 3049
– Galerie Grosshennig, Düsseldorf, Kasernenstrasse 13
– Handwritten in ink: No. 98, Maurice Denis les bois, RSSS
– James Bourlet & Sons Ltd. N 33659, 17&18 Nassau Street, Mortimer Street W. Phone: MUSEUM 1871& 7588
Stamp: Zoll 1-26 + (Swiss cross?)
Galerie Grosshennig, Düsseldorf, Germany 
Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett (R.N. Ketterer), Stuttgart, Germany 
In auction of “Bedeutende Gemälde alter und neuer Meister, Mobiliar, Zinnsammlung.” Galerie Fischer, Lucerne, Switzerland, June 21-25 and 27, 1960, lot no. 1923, as Landschaft mit Mönch, rechts ein Hirtenknabe, Blick durch Bäume auf Fluß 
by 1960/06/30 – 1962/06/20
Paul Vogel-Brunner, Lucerne, Switzerland 
Piccadilly Gallery, London, UK, purchased from Paul Vogel-Brunner 
by 1964/05 – 1965/11
Charles Jerdein, London, UK 
National Gallery of Canada, purchased from Charles Jerdein 
 A label by Galerie Grosshennig is afixed to the painting's stretcher.
 The painting carries a label by the Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett on the verso. An inquiry with Galerie Henze & Ketterer did not yield any new data as the gallery is not disclosing any provenance information [Fax by Dr. Henze, Galerie Henze & Ketterer AG, to A. Kausch, NGC Provenance Research Project, April 8, 2008].
 The painting is reproduced in the auction catalogue on pl. 29. No information about the identity of the consignor is given.
 In 1960 the painting was unsuccessfully offered at auction by Lempertz, Cologne, Germany, and was bought in. It was offered a second time in June 1962 and sold to the Piccadilly Gallery, London [auction no. 469, Lempertz, Cologne, June 19-20 1962, lot no. 152]. According to Lempertz' provenance researcher Carsten Felgner, The work's consignor was Lucerne art-dealer Paul Vogel-Brunner [email, 2008/02/22 to A. Kausch, NGC Provenance Research Project, NGC curatorial file].
 See note .
 A reproduction of the painting was featured in an advertisement by Charles Jerdein in Apollo magazine in May 1964 [“Apollo: A Journal of the Arts.” London (1964/5): 135]. The painting was purchased by the NGC from Jerdein in November 1965 [Accesssion log, NGC curatorial file].
 See note .
In white chalk: 50 (or 9) KETT
In black pencil: 21.80