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Sigurd Willoch, Maleren Thomas Fearnley (Oslo: Gyldendal Norsk, 1932), ill. opp. p. 4.
Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 2002-2003 (Chicago, 2003), p. 62, ill.
Mary Weaver Chapin, “Pergola with Oranges” in “Notable Acquisitions at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Museum Studies 30, 1 (2004), pp. 62–63, ill.
Oslo, Kunstnerforbundet, Thomas Fearnley, 1966, cat. 41.
Modum, Stiftelsen Modums Blaafarvevaerket, Thomas Fearnley, 1802–1842, May 24–September 30, 1986, cat. 66.
Oslo, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Thomas Fearnley, Européeren: Familiens Hyllest, April 22–August 20, 1995, cat. 44.
Hoffjegermester Thomas Fearnley, Oslo, son of the painter; by descent through his family [according to conversations with Knut Buchman, the agent for the owner]; purchased by the Old Masters Society, 2002; given to the Art Institute, 2002.
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