Acquired from the artist by Frederik Arentz, Oslo, Norway, 1895 ; by inheritance to Erik Arentz (son) and Egil and Magnella Fischer (daughter), Copenhagen, Denmark, 1914 . Acquired by Conrad Pineus (1872-1945), Gothenburg, Sweden, before 1927 ; acquired by Charlotte and Christian Mustad (1878-1970), Oslo, Norway, by 1927 ; Estate of Christian Mustad, 1970. Harry and Patricia Irgens Larsen, New York, by 1974 ; acquired by The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Gift of Mr. and Mrs. H. Irgens Larsen and purchase).
 Gerd Woll. Edvard Munch: Complete Paintings: Catalogue Raisonne (vol. 1). London: Thames & Hudson, 2009, no. 324.
 Ibid. For sale at the exhibition Den norske kunst udstilling, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, November-December 1915 (no. 282: Stormen). Lender: Egil Fischer.
 Ibid. On loan from Mustad to the exhibition Edvard Munch: Ausstellung in der Nationalgalerie, Berlin, 1927 (no. 38: Sturm).
 On loan from Mustad to the exhibition Art in our Time, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 10 - September 30, 1939 (no. 83: The Storm). The painting remained on extended loan at the Museum until 1943, when it was transferred to Thomas Olsen, New York, the husband of Mustad's niece. It was returned to Mustad after 1945.
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