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Atlanta, High Museum of Art, Painting of the Month, Jul, 1940, no cat. as Portrait of Robert Hyde, Esquire.
Michigan, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Six Centuries of Painting, Mar 6–22, 1941; Michigan, Flint Institute of Arts, Feb 7–27, 1941, (possibly Muskegon, Hackley Art Gallery), no cat., as Portrait of Robert Hyde, Esq., of Hyde.
Montreal, Museum of Fine Arts, Loan Exhibition of Masterpieces of Painting, Feb 5–Mar 8, 1942, cat. 89, as Portrait of Robert Hyde Esquire, of Hyde.
Chicago, Antique Galleries at Marshall Field & Co., Sep 9–Nov 7, 1949, no cat.
Washington DC, National Gallery of Art, John Singleton Copley, Sep 18–Oct 31, 1965; Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nov 20, 1965–Jan 2, 1966; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Jan 22–Mar 6, 1966, cat. 65.
By descent through the family of Robert Hyde, 1778-1934. E. and A. Silberman, New York, 1940-1943; sold to the Friends of American Art 1943; given by them to the Art Institute of Chicago.
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