Theo van Gogh, Paris (acquired from the artist); Johanna van Gogh-Bonger, Paris (by descent from the previous); Johannes Hendricus de Bois, The Hague (acquired from the previous, March 1909); Fritz Meyer-Fierz, Zurich (probably acquired from the previous, circa 1914); Robert Franz Meyer, Zurich (by descent from the previous, by 1917); Galerien Thannhauser, Munich (acquired from the previous, 10 July 1936); Wildenstein et Cie., Paris (acquired from the previous, 11 July 1936); Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, London (acquired from the previous); George Embiricos, Lausanne (by 1964); Gagosian Gallery, New York (acquired from the previous); Acquired from the previous by the present owner, 10 June 2004.
Exhibition History :
Berlin, Paul Cassirer, VII. Austellung, March 1908, no. 16; Kunstlerhaus Zurich, VI. Serie: Vincent van Gogh, Cuno Amiet, Hans Emmenegger, Giovanni Giacometti, July 1908, no. 26 (titled Unter Baumen); Kunsthaus Zurich, Aus Zurcher Privatsammlungen, November-December 1914, p. 6, no. 52 (titled Park von Arles); Kunsthalle Basel, Vincent van Gogh, March-April 1924, p. 8, no. 48 (titled Herbst in Arles); Kunsthaus Zurich, Vincent van Gogh, July-August 1924, p. 31, no. 58 (titled Park im Herbst II); Lausanne, Palais de Beaulieu, Chefs-d'oeuvre des collections suisses, de Manet a Picasso, May-October 1964, no. 116 (illustrated; titled Parc de l'hopital Saint-Paul).