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Provenance

Probably Amélie-Julie-Charlotte Castelnau, Lady Wallace [1819-1897], Paris and London; by inheritance to her adviser and secretary, Sir John Murray Scott [1847-1912], London and Paris;[1] by inheritance to his friend, Victoria Sackville-West, Lady Sackville [1864-1936], Paris; sold 1914 with her entire inheritance from Scott to (Jacques Seligmann & Fils, Paris and New York); purchased 1921 by William Andrews Clark [1839-1925], New York; bequest April 1926 to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; acquired 2014 by the National Gallery of Art.

Exhibition History
1978
The William A. Clark Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 1978.
Bibliography
1925
Carroll, Dana H. Catalogue of Objects of Fine Art and Other Properties at the Home of William Andrews Clark, 962 Fifth Avenue. Part I. Unpublished manuscript, n.d. (1925): 3.
1968
M. Knoedler and Co. The French Bronze. New York, 1968: illus. 56.