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John Couper, Stanislas Lépine (1835–1892): sa vie, son oeuvre (Paris: Léonce Laget, 1983), p. 72.
Robert Schmit and Manuel Schmit, Stanislas Lépine, 1835–1892: Catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre peint (Paris: Éditions Galerie Schmit, 1993), p. 6 (ill.), no. 10.
Possibly Paris, Palais des Champs Elysées, Salon de 1889, 1889, cat. 1662.
Possibly Paris, Galeries Durand-Ruel, Exposition rétrospective d’oeuvres de S. Lépine, November 28–December 17, 1892, cat. 31.
Dallas, Fair Park Gallery, Art Department, State Fair of Texas, 1933, cat. 47.
Detroit Institute of Arts, Two Sides of the Medal: French Painting from Gérôme to Gauguin, September 28–October 31, 1954, cat. 90.
Northhampton, Massachusetts, Smith College Museum of Art, Jongkind and The Pre-Impressionists: Painters of the Ecole Saint-Siméon, October 15–December 5, 1976, cat. 86; travelled to Williamstown, Massachusetts, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, December 17, 1976–February 13, 1977.
Gifu, Japan, Museum of Fine Arts, Paris Around 1882, November 3–December 19, 1982, cat. 76.
Tokyo, Seibu Museum of Art, The Impressionist Tradition: Masterpieces from The Art Institute of Chicago, October 18–December 17, 1985, cat. 19; traveled to Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, January 5–February 2, 1986 and Kyoto, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, March 4–April 13, 1986.
The artist [possibly lent to Paris 1889]; sold to Durand-Ruel, March 13, 1891 [according to Schmit and Schmit 1993; it is possible that the painting is that titled Marché aux Pommes in Durand-Ruel 1892]. Martin A. Ryerson (died 1932), Chicago, by 1914 [for this and the following see Art Institute of Chicago 1914]; intermittently on loan to the Art Institute from 1914; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1933.
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