Exhibited Salon, Paris, 1872, no. 970; with Goupil & Cie. (dealer), Paris, 7 May 1872, stock no. 6494; sold to Henry Wallis, of the French Gallery (dealer), London, 8 May 1872; sold by Wallis, through Goupil, to Messrs L’Herbette Kane & Cie, Paris, 1875, stock no. 9692; collection of Milton Latham (1827–82), Thurlow Lodge, San Francisco, by 1878; by whom sold, George Leavitt & Co. (auction house), at Chickering Hall, New York, 28 March 1878 (Lugt 38194), no. 68; from where purchased by Knoedler Gallery, New York, 1878, stock no. 1011 ($US2950); by whom sold to Daniel (1837–1916) and Justina Catlin, 12 April 1878 ($US3500); Catlin collection, St Louis, Missouri, until 1893; by whom donated, to the City Art Museum (now St Louis Art Museum), Missouri, 1893; City Art Museum, Missouri, 1893–1945; deaccessioned and sold, Representative paintings by Famous XIX Century Artists selected from the Collections of two educational institutions, Kende Galleries (auction house), at Gimbel Brothers, New York, 4 May 1945, no. 175; collection of Julian Sterling (1923–2012, collector-dealer), Melbourne, by 1984–2005; from whom purchased for the Felton Bequest, 2005.
 Getty Provenance Databases, Dealer’s stockbooks, PI Record no. G-9290, Goupil Stockbook 5, page 227, row 2
 Bankers, commissioners and transportation agents, Paris and United States, see ‘Parisian Gossip…’ New York Times, New York, Friday 2 November 1860, http://www.nytimes.com/1860/11/20/news/parisian-gossip-personal.html?pagewanted=all
 Possibly purchased on behalf of Milton Latham. Getty Provenance Databases, Dealer’s stockbooks, PI Record no. G-12846, Goupil Stockbook 7, page 213, row 2
 Getty Provenance Databases, Dealer’s stockbooks, PI Record no. K-546, also M. Knoedler & Co. records, approximately 1848-1971, The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 2012.M.54, Series II, Sales books 1863–1971, Box 63, Sales book 3, January 1874– April 1879, stock no. 1011, page 20, row 42
Exhibited Salon, Paris, 1872, no. 970; World’s Columbian Exposition, Fine Arts Gallery, Group 146, Exhibits from private collections (Loan collection of foreign works from private galleries in the United States), Gallery 41 (South wall), no. 3030, as La Cigale, lent by the St Louis Museum of Fine Arts