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Michael Quick, George Inness, a Catalogue Raisonne, vol. 2 (Rutgers University Press, 2007), no. 839.
Estate of the artist (sale, Fifth Avenue Galleries, New York [George Inness executor’s sale], February 12-14, 1895, no. 72, as Harvest, Montclair, New Jersey, 1884. This painting is clearly identifiable in an installation photograph of the auction sale preview.) F.T. Leland, purchased at auction, 1895; with Newman E. Montross, New York (sale, American Art Association, new York, February 8, 1923, no. 39, as Harvest: Montclair dated 1884, repro.) With Thomas E. Finger, New York, purchased at auction, 1923. With Dalzell-Hatfield Galleries, Los Angeles, 1930. Edwin A. Seipp, by 1930 to 1946; by descent to Pauline Seipp Armstrong; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1974.
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