T. Crowther & Sons, London, UK 
c.1961/62 – 1966/10
Heim Gallery Ltd. (François Heim and Andrew Ciechanowieki), London, UK 
National Gallery of Canada, purchased from the Heim Gallery 
 In a letter to NGC research curator Myron Laskin Jr. on Dec.22, 1970, Andrew Ciechanowiecki of the Heim Gallery writes that he acquired the bust “about eight or nine years ago from Crowthers in North End Road.” He notes that it came with a pendant of a man, looking considerably older than the lady. As the the latter was quite damaged, Ciechanowiecki did not buy it. The London firm T. Crowther & Sons dealt in antiques and architectural fragments from English country houses [Harris, John. “Moving Rooms: The Trade in Architectural Salvages.” Yale University Press 2007, p. 218.]
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