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Boston, Sixth Annual Exhibition, Society of American Artists, May 7–Jun 3, 1883, cat. 99, as Moonlight.
New York, MacBeth Glaleries, Thirty Paintings by Thirty Artists, Mar 1919, cat. 23.
University of Chicago, Renaissance Society, American Oil Paintings and French Watercolors, Feb 1–Mar 1, 1929, as Moonlight in Maine.
Art Institute, A Survey of American Art, Jul 21–Oct 9, 1932, checklist, as Moonlight in Maine.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress, Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, Jun 1–Nov 1, 1933, cat. 474, Moonlight in Maine.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress, Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, Jun 1–Nov 1, 1934, cat. 404, Moonlight in Maine.
Arts Club, Chicago, Albert Pinkham Ryder and Arthur Bowen Davies, May 7–31, 1946, cat. 11, as Moonlight.
Milwaukee Art Institute, Nineteenth Century American Masters, Feb 20–Mar 28, 1948, cat. 12.
Cedar Rapids, Coe College, Great American Painters, Mar 25–29, 1957.
E.M. Whiting, Berkshire, Massachusetts, 1883-1919; to Harold Somers, Brooklyn, New York, through MacBeth Galleries, March 1919-June 1923; to Martin A. Ryerson, through MacBeth Galleries, 1923-1933; bequeathed to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1933.
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