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Inscribed and signed across bottom: "New York/ May 1889/ To Geo. P. A. Healy. From his Friend Eastman Johnson"
45.7 × 35.2 cm (18 × 13 7/8 in.)
Gift of Mrs. George P.A. Healy
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Art Institute of Chicago, Loan Exhibition of Portraits of Men, Women, and Children, Jan. 2–15, 1895, cat. 188, as Eastman Johnson.
Chicago, Illinois, South Park Commissioner Exhibition, Feb. 1909.
Whitney Museum of American Art, Eastman Johnson: Retrospective Exhibition, Mar. 28–May 14, 1972; Detroit Institute of Arts, June 7–July 22, 1972; Cincinnati Art Museum, Aug. 15–Sept. 30, 1972; Milwaukee Art Center, Oct. 20–Dec. 3, 1972, cat. 107.
Eastman Johnson, New York, May 1889; given to George Peter Alexander Healy (1813–1894), Paris and Chicago, May 1889 [painting inscribed on bottom: “New York / May 1889 / To Geo. P. A. Healy. From his Friend Eastman Johnson”]; by descent to his wife Louisa Healy (born Phipps, 1818–1905), Chicago, June 1894; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1905.
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