label on verso: Arthur Tooth & Sons, No. A 2062
Lord Basing, UK 
by 1932/10/12 – still in 1933
E. Parsons & Sons, London, UK 
Unidentified dealer, London
Tooth & Sons, London, purchased from an unidentified dealer 
1947/11/08 – 1972/09/15
James Kenneth Weir, 2nd Viscount Weir (1905–1975), Montgreenan, Scotland, UK, purchased from Tooth & Sons 
National Gallery of Canada, presented by The Rt. Hon. Viscount Weir in memory of his wife, née Lucy Crowdy, of Ottawa 
 T.S. Bathurst of the London art dealership Tooth & Sons mentions Lord Basing as a former owner of the painting [letter to NGC Curator Myron Laskin Jr., dated Jan. 18, 1973, NGC curatorial file].
 The painting was included in the “Art treasures exhibition“, Christie's London, Oct. 12 to Nov. 5, 1932 as cat. no. 1352. The catalogue lists the London art dealer E. Parsons & Sons as owner. Parsons & Sons ran an advertisement featuring a photo of the painting in the 54th annual issue of “The Year's Art.” London 1933, p. 25.
 See note  and . Bathurst mentions that Tooth & Sons acquired the work from a London dealer, but does not disclose his name or the date of transaction.
 According to T.S. Bathurst [see note 1 and 3] Viscount Weir purchased the painting on November 8, 1947 from Tooth & Sons, London.
 Accession Log [NGC curatorial file].