Black chalk with stumping, heightened with touches of white gouache and traces of white chalk, on buff laid paper
485 × 296 mm
The Regenstein Collection
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The Art Institute of Chicago, “In Context: Recent Acquisitions to the Regenstein Collection, Thomas Gainsborough and Eighteenth-century Portraits of the Common Man,” 20 February-28 April 1995.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Building a Collection: New Acquisitions and Promised Gifts of British Art,” May 1–August 1, 2004, checklist 7.
Guy Bellingham Smith [Hayes 1970]. Henry J. Pfungst; sold, Christie’s, June 15, 1917, Pfungst sale, lot 44, to Sir George Donaldson [Hayes 1970]. Henry Schniewind, Jr., by June 1934 [Siple 1934]; sold, Sotheby’s, May 25, 1938, Schniewind sale, lot 141, to Colnaghi [Hayes 1970]; to J. Leslie Wright [Hayes 1970]; by descent to his daughter, Mrs. Cecil Keith, by 1955-at least 1970 [Grigson 1955; Hayes 1970]. Leger Galleries, London, from 1988 [Leger Galleries 1992]; sold to the Art Institute, 1993.
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