Sir Thomas Lawrence
Mrs. Thomas Oom, née Papendiek, later Mrs Joseph Planta (1783 – 1854), c. 1804
The Sitter, Charlotte Oom (£21 paid to the Artist on 28 Feb. 1806); and (presumably) by inheritance to her son
Adolphus Kent Oom.
Sir Philip Wodehouse Currie (1834 – 1906).
Colnaghi, London, acquired from the above in 1895.
Friedrich Christian Karl Fleischmann (d. 1907), Liverpool and London; thence by inheritance to his widow
Mrs. Eliza Fleischmann, nee Ashcroft (d. 1924), London; thence by inheritance to her son
Frederick Noel Ashcroft [Fleischmann] (1878 – 1949), London; thence by inheritance to his widow
Mrs. Constance Muriel Im Thurn Ashcroft (b. 1880), London.
Edward Speelman Ltd, London, acquired from the above.
Private Collection, acquired from the above, 20 Oct 1981.
W. Armstrong, Lawrence, London, 1913, p. 158.
K. Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence, London, 1954, p. 54.
K. Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence: A complete catalogue of the oil paintings, Oxford, 1989, p. 247 (illus.)
London, White City, Franco-British Exhibition, 26 May – 31 Oct. 1908, no. 57.
London, Agnew’s, Exhibition in aid of the British Red Cross Society, June 1915, no. 6.
Ipswich, Ipswich Museum, Gainsborough Bicentenary Exhibition, 7 Oct. – 5 Nov. 1927, no. 79.