Possibly Abraham Jacobsz Greeven, Amsterdam [inventory, 10 March 1660 lists “Een schilderijtie daer Christus de veeten wast van Rembrandt,” see C. Hofstede de Groot, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century, vol. 6, London, 1916, p. 94, no. 118b]. Possibly Harman Becker, Amsterdam [inventory of 19 October 1678 lists “een graeutie van Rembrant daer Cristus de voete wast,” see A. Bredius, “Rembrandiana,” Oud Holland 28 (1910), p. 198]. Probably Huybert Ketelaar, Amsterdam, sold 19 June 1776, no. 175, to M. F. Klemper for 4 florins, 75 [see Hofstede de Groot, vol. 6, 1916, p. 94, no. 119, as on panel 19 x 24 inches, who links this picture with the grisaille in the Becker collection mentioned above]. Count Johann Nepomuk Wilczek (died 1922), Burg Kreuzenstein, near Vienna; his estate [Rotermund 1956 states that the picture was discovered in the estate of a Vienna collector]; E. and A. Silberman Galleries, Vienna and New York, by 1934 [Silberman probably acquired the picture directly from Wilczek’s heirs, see the vague hints in Rotermund 1952/53 and 1956, “Rembrandt Grisaille,” Art Digest 9 (1935) and “Rembrandt Works Recently Bought by The Art Institute,” Art News 33, no. 13 (1934)]; sold to the Art Institute, 1934.