lower right in pen and brown ink: Ba.... (abraded)
Possibly Giorgio Lavalas, Urbino; unidentified collector (similar to Lugt 2883); (William H. Schab Gallery, New York); purchased by Ian Woodner, New York, 1977; by inheritance to his daughters, Andrea and Dian Woodner, New York, 1990.
- Master Prints and Drawings from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Centuries. William H. Schab Gallery, New York, 1974, no. 1 (as Barocci).
- The Graphic Art of Federico Barocci: Selected Drawings and Prints. Cleveland Museum of Art and Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, 1978, no. 67 (as Barocci)(cat. by Edmund P. Pillsbury and Louise S. Richards).
- Master Drawings from the Woodner Collection. J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu; Kimbell Art Museum, Dallas; National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1983-84, no. 24 (as Barocci)(cat. by George Goldner).
- Dibujos de los siglos XIV al XX: Colección Woodner, Museo del Prado, Madrid, 1986-87, no. 35 (as Barocci).
- Meisterzeichnungen aus Sechs Jahrhunderten: Die Sammlung Ian Woodner. Haus der Kunst, Munich, 1986, 248, no. VI, color reprod. p. XX (as Barocci).
- Master Drawings: The Woodner Collection, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1987, 88-89, no. 25 (as Barocci).
- Master Drawings from the Woodner Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1990, no. 33 (as Barocci).
- The Touch of the Artist: Master Drawings from the Woodner Collections. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1995-1996, no. 62 (entry by Diane De Grazia)
- Master Drawings from the Woodner Collections. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 2006 - 2007 (no cat.).
- The Woodner Collections: Master Drawings from Seven Centuries, NGA, 2017.
- Melikian, Souren. "A Master Collector. Ian Woodner: An Eye for the Future." Art & Auction 10, no. 4 (November 1987): 85, repro. p. 84 (as Barocci).
- The Touch of the Artist: Master Drawings from the Woodner Collections. Exh. cat. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1995-1996: no. 62.
- Bohn, Babette. "Drawing as Artistic Invention: Federico Barocci and the Art of Design." In exh. cat. Federico Barocci, Renaissance Master of Color and Line. Saint Louis Art Museum, 2012, 55 (fig. 37), 56 (as Barocci).