[Galerie Marseille, Paris]; "La Peau de l'Ours" collection (until 1914; its sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, March 2, 1914, no.10, as "Pêches dans une assiette," for Fr 215, to Turner); Percy Moore Turner, London (1914–d. 1950; his estate, 1950–79; posthumous sale, Sotheby's, London, December 6, 1979, no. 529, as "Plat de Pêches"); [Browse and Darby, London, until 1980; sold on May 16 to Feigen]; [Richard L. Feigen and Co., New York, 1980; sold on June 5 to Levin]; Janice H. Levin, New York (1980–d. 2001); The Philip and Janice Levin Foundation (2001–7; gift to MMA)
London. Browse & Darby Ltd. "British and French Paintings: 19th and 20th Century," March 13–April 19, 1980, no. 6 (as "Plat de Pêches," c. 1903).
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Janice H. Levin Collection of French Art," November 19, 2002–February 9, 2003, no. 34.
Michel Kellermann. André Derain: Catalogue Raisonné de l'œuvre peint. Vol. 1, 1895–1914. Paris, 1992, p. 167, no. 275, ill., calls it "Nature morte aux fruits" and dates it about 1907–8.
Richard Shone. The Janice H. Levin Collection of French Art. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2002, pp. 5, 10, 128–31, no. 34, ill. (color), dates it about 1903–4; states that it is related to a large still life of 1904 (private collection, Paris; probably Kellermann 270), which was a tribute to Cézanne, noting that the plate of two peaches on the right of that large still life "seems to have been developed from" the MMA work.
Grace Glueck. "Quiet Private Collection Yields Famous Names." New York Times (November 22, 2002), p. E32.