Exhibited Royal Scottish Academy, Glasgow, 1890, no. 250; sold by the artist to Mr and Mrs G. Simpson, Edinburgh, 1890; their collection, Edinburgh, until 1921; with Dowell's (auction house), Edinburgh, February 1921; from where purchased, on the advice of Frank Rinder, for the Felton Bequest, 1921.
 The report recommending this purchase from Felton Bequest Adviser Frank Rinder quotes the artist stating this painting was sold in 1890.
Royal Scottish Academy, Glasgow, 1890, no. 250; Salon, Paris, 1892, no. 1107, as Berceuse; Corporation of London Loan Exhibition, Guildhall, London, 1900, no. 100, lent by Mrs Simpson; Scottish National Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1908, no. 315, lent by Mrs Simpson; Twenty Years of British Art 1890–1910, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 1910, no. 75, lent by Mrs G. Simpson; Exhibition of Pictures from the Southern States, Queensland Art Fund, Brisbane, 1930, no. 65; The First Fifty Years: Nineteenth Century British Art from the Gallery Archives, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 1992; Hidden Treasures, David Jones Gallery, Sydney, 1992.
 See Exposition des Beaux-Arts Catalogue illustre de Peinture et Sculpture: Salon de 1882, edited by Ludovic Baschet, Paris, accessed https://archive.org/stream/catalogueillustr1892soci#page/n27/mode/2up. At this Salon, Lorimer is said have received ‘third medal’. See De Soissons, S. C., ‘John Henry Lorimer and his art’ in The Artist: An Illustrated Monthly Record of Arts, Crafts and Industries, published 1 August 1899, p. 115, accessed https://archive.org/stream/jstor-25581415/25581415#page/n3/mode/2up. It was previously recorded that this painting was again exhibited in the Salon of 1902, however a check of the catalogue revealed this to be incorrect.