Purchased with funds provided by Mrs. Clive Runnells
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The Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago, 1961), p. 209 A.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report, 1969-70 (Chicago, 1970), p. 9 (ill.), 24.
G. Serret et D. Fabiani, Armand Guillaumin, 1841-1927, catalogue raisonné de l’œuvre peint (Paris, 1971), no. 34.
Charles S. Moffett, The New Painting: Impressionism 1874-1886, exhib. cat. (Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, 1986), p. 204.
Fondation de l’Hermitage, Armand Guillaumin 1841-1927, Un maître de l’Impressionisme français, exhib. cat. ( Lausanne, Fondation de l’Hermitage, 1996), no. 7.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Day in the Country, May 29–Aug. 16, 1984; Art Institute of Chicago, Oct. 18, 1984–Jan. 6, 1985; Paris, Grand Palais, Jan. 8–Apr. 22, 1985, cat. 51.
Chicago, Art Institute, Tour de France, Dec. 9, 1989-Mar. 4, 1990, no cat.
Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art, 1874 nen—Pari: (dai ikkai inshoha ten) to sono jidai/Paris en 1874: L’Année de l’Impressionnisme, Sep. 20–Nov. 27, 1994, cat. 20.
Cologne, Germany, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Armand Guillaumin (1841-1927), ein vergessener Impressionist, January 28–May 5, 1996, cat. G7; Lausanne, Switzerland, Foundation de L’Hermitage, July 11-Oct. 20, 1996.
Portland Museum of Art, Paris and the Countryside: Modern lLife in Late-19th-century France, June 23–Oct. 15, 2006.
Rome, Complesso Monumentale dell Vittoriano, From Corot to Monet: The Ecology of Impressionism, Mar. 6–June 29, 2010, cat. 68, The Arcueil Aqueduct at Sceaux Railroad Crossing, pp. 41, 43, 63, 220, 221.
Galerie Serret-Fauveau, Paris [according to Serret and Fabiani 1971]. Morton Duff Oliphant, Liverpool and London; sold Sothebys, London, December 10, 1969, lot 5, to Arthur Tooth & Sons; sold by Tooth to the Art Institute, April 1970, with funds provided by Mrs. Clive Runnells (died 1977), who maintained a partial life interest in the picture.
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