Possibly Richard Seymour-Conway, 4th marquess of Hertford [1800-1870], London and Paris; his illegitimate son, Sir Richard Wallace [1818-1890], London and Paris; by inheritance to his wife, 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; (his estate sale, Christie, Manson & Woods, London, 24 June 1913, no. 34, as by Falconet); (Jacques Seligmann & Co., New York and Paris); sold 5 March 1920 to William Andrews Clark [1839-1925], New York; bequest 1926 to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; acquired 2014 by the National Gallery of Art.
- Collection of Paintings, Porcelain, Bronzes, Decorative Furniture, and other works of art, Lent for Exhibition by Sir Richard Wallace, Bart., M.P., Bethnal Green Branch, South Kensington Museum, London, 1874-1875, no. 1378, as Cupid, by Falconnet (sic).
- The William A. Clark Collection: Treasures of a Copper King, Yellowstone Art Center, Billings; Montana Historical Center, Helena,1989, unnumbered checklist, as Cupid by Étienne-Maurice Falconet.
- 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 Part I. Unpublished manuscript, n.d. (1925): 30.