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Art Institute of Chicago, Century of Progress, Jun 1–Nov 1, 1933, cat. 444.
Art Institute of Chicago, Century of Progress, Jun 1–Nov 1, 1934, cat. 441.
Champaign, University of Illinois, American Paintings from the Permanent Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, Dec 3–27, 1939.
Brooklyn Museum, The Eight, Nov 18, 1943–Jan 9, 1944; Cleveland Museum of Art, Feb 8–Mar 8, 1944; Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Mar 15–Apr 12, 1944; Worcester Art Museum, Apr 26–May 24, 1944; Carnegie Institute, Jun 7–Jul 5, 1944; Baltimore Museum of Art, Jul 19–Sep 19, 1944; Toledo Museum of Art, Oct 1–29, 1944; Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, Nov 10–Dec 8, 1944, cat. 77.
Madison Art Center, Exhibition of Traditional Paintings from the Art Institute, Mar 1956.
Tacoma Art Museum, The American Eight, Nov 15–Dec 30, 1979, cat. 14.
Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, Dream Vision: The Work of Arthur B. Davies, Mar 17–May 10, 1981; Madison Art Center; Munson–Williams–Proctor Institute; Phillips Collection, Dec 5, 1981–Feb 7, 1982.
Milwaukee Art Museum, Painters of a New Century: The Eight and American Art, Sep 6–Nov 3, 1991; Denver Art Museum, Dec 7, 1991–Feb 16, 1992; National Gallery of Canada, Apr 16–Jun 7, 1992; Brooklyn Museum, Jun 26–Sep 21, 1992.
Mr. Martin A. Ryerson (1856–1932) and Mrs. Carrie Ryerson (1859–1937), Chicago, by 1932; bequeathed to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1933.
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