Possibly the abbé Pierre Maurice Haranger (died 1735), canon of Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois, Paris; [based on Pierre Jean Mariette, Notes, Mss. IX, fol. 191 Bibliotehèque Nationale, Paris; see Wise 1996]. Comte du Barry, Paris; sold Remy and Le Brun, Paris, November 21 and following, 1774, no. 132, for 190 livres [supported by Gabriel de Saint-Aubin’s sketch in his copy of the sale catalogue in the Musée du Petit Palais, Paris]. Anne Pierre, marquis de Montesquiou, Paris; sold Le Brun, Paris, December 9 and following, 1788, no. 214 [une dame ajustée dans le costume Turc: elle est coëffée d’un bonnet ou turban, la tête tournée de trois quarts sur l’épaule droite, assise sur un tertie dans un fond de paysage. Hauteur 8 pounces 4 lig. largeur 6 pounces. B.” (A woman dressed in a Turkish costume; she is wearing a bonnet or turban, the head turned three quarters toward the right shoulder, seated on a mound in a landscape background. Height 8 pouces 4 lig., width 6 pouces. Panel]. Jules Burat (died 1885), Paris, by 1866; sold Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, April 28 - 29, 1885, no. 109 (ill. with engraving by Léon Gaucherel), as Lancret, to Laurent-Richard for Fr 7,000 [Eudel 1886 states that Burat acquired the picture in 1865; price and buyer at the Burat sale are given in a annotated catalogue of the Frick Art Reference Library]. Vincent Claude Laurent-Richard (died 1886), Paris; sold Galerie Georges Petit, May 28-29, 1886, no. 29 (ill. with engraving by Gaucherel), as Lancret, to Blumenthal for Fr 6,200 [see Rosenberg in Paris/Washington/Berlin 1984, no. P26; the price is given in an annotated catalogue at the Frick Art Reference Library]; Willy Blumenthal, (died 1937) Paris, to at least 1929 [Dacier, Hérold, and Vuaflart 1929, p. 178]. Acquired by Wildenstein, Paris, though an intermediary, 1935; transferred to Wildenstein, New York, 1938 [information kindly supplied by Ah-Whang Hsia, Wildenstein, letter of July 18, 2006 in curatorial file]; sold to the Art Institute, 1960.