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Provenance

William, Second Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth (1665 - 1729) (Lugt 718). C. Robert Rudolph, London (b. 1884) (Lugt 2811b); (his sale, Sotheby Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 18 April 1977, no. 28). Wolfgang Ratjen, Munich; purchased 2007 by NGA.

Exhibition History
1962
Old Master Drawings from the Collection of Mr. C. R. Rudolf, The Arts Council, London, 1962, 30, no. 159.
1965
Between Renaissance and Baroque: European Art, 1520 - 1600, Manchester City Art Gallery (UK), 1965, 111, no. 372.
2010
German Master Drawings from the Wolfgang Ratjen Collection, 1580 - 1900, NGA, 2010, 36, no. 3.
Bibliography
1978
Ebertshäuser, Heidi. "Die Stiftung Ratjen, Vaduz." Graphische Kunst 10 (1978): 4 (reprod.), 7.
1988
Schlichtenmaier, Harry. Studien zum Werk Hans Rottenhammers des Älteren (1564-1625), Maler und Zeichner, mit Werkkatalog. Tübingen (1988): 125, 141, 346-347, no. Z I 79.

1995
Tacke, Andreas. Die Gemälde des 17. Jahrhunderts im Germanischen Nationalmuseum. Mainz, 1995: 207, under cat. 101.
2001
Lachenmann, David. "Wolfgang Ratjen as Collector." Master Drawings 39 (2001): 106 (fig. 4), 109, and 113 note 10.
2008
Borggrefe, Heiner, et al. Hans Rottenhammer, begehrt - vergessen - neu entdeckt. Weserrenaissance-Museum Schloss Brake (Lemgo, Germany), 2008: 141, under no. 43, fig. 190.