Jonathan Richardson, London (Lugt 2183); Sir Joshua Reynolds, London (Lugt 2364); Sir Thomas Lawrence, London (Lugt 2445); William Esdaile (Lugt 2617); sold London, Christie's, June 17, 1840, lot 4, bought by Sheath; Sir Archibald Campbell, Argyll, Scotland; by inheritance to Sir Ilay Campbell, Argyll, Scotland; Armand Hammer Collection, 1976; gift to NGA, 1991.
- Exhibition of Dutch and Flemish Drawings, 16th-19th centuries, P & D Colnaghi & Co., Ltd., London, no. 43.
- Exhibited with the Armand Hammer collection from 1977, beginning with the Louvre, Department of Drawings.
- Seventeenth Century Dutch Drawings from American Collections. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1977, repr.
- Strokes of Genius: Rembrandt's Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
- This does not refer to any published work. It refers to the chronological and stylistic sequence of Rembrandt drawings in the National Gallery's collection AS DETERMINED BY ANDREW ROBISON.
- Hind, A.M. Vasari Society, 1908-09, ser. 1, pt. IV, no. 26.
- Bauch, Kurt. Die Kunst des jungen Rembrandts. 1933, pp.114-18, 204-05, fig. III.
- Benesch, Otto. The Drawings of Rembrandt. London, 1954-1957: 2:no. 206, fig. 223.
- Benesch, Otto. The Drawings of Rembrandt. 6 vols. London: Phaidon, 1973. (enlarged and edited by Eva Benesch from 1954-1957 ed.): no. 206
- Royalton-Kisch, Martin. The Drawings of Rembrandt: a Revision of Otto Benesch's Catalogue Raisonné online reference, 2012 - . (rembrandtcatalogue.net, accessed 13 September 2016): no. 206, as "Rembrandt?"