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Provenance

James T. Gibson-Craig [1799-1886], York Place, Edinburgh, at least by 1876;[1] (his sale, Christie, Manson & Woods, London, 23 April 1887, no. 25); (Thomas Agnew & Sons, London); sold 3 June 1887 to James Keiller, Dundee, Scotland, and London, England;[2] by inheritance to his wife.[3] W.A. Coats, at least by 1900.[4] (Wallis and Sons, London);[5] purchased 28 January 1916 by (M. Knoedler and Co., London and New York);[6] sold March 1916 to (Henry Reinhardt, New York); sold 1916 to William A. Clark [1839-1925], New York; bequest 1926 to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; acquired 2014 by the National Gallery of Art.

Exhibition History
1876
Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., Royal Academy, National Gallery, Edinburgh, October and November 1876, no. 30.
1895
Winter Exhibition of the Works of Old Scottish Portrait Painters, with a Selection of the Pictures of the Rev. John Thomson, of Duddingston. Also a Collection of Old Scottish Silver and Weapons, Grafton Galleries, London, 1895, no. 78.
1900
Summer Exhibition consisting of a collection of Pictures by British Masters of the 18th Century, Forbes and Paterson's Gallery, London, June 1900, no. 15.
1901
Autumn Exhibition consisting of a loan collection of Portraits by Sir Henry Raeburn, R. A., Forbes and Paterson's Gallery, London, Niovember 1901, no. 6.
1910
Pictures by Sir Henry Rareburn, R.A., French Gallery (Wallis & Son), London, 1910, no. 3.
1911
Scottish Exhibition of National History, Art and Industry, Glasgow, 1911, no. 58.
1978
The William A. Clark Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 26 April-16 July 1978, unnumbered cat.
2001
Antiquities to Impressionism: The William A. Clark Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 3 November 2001-4 February 2002, unnumbered cat.