Purchased with funds provided by Mrs. Frank L. Sulzberger in memory of Mr. Frank L. Sulzberger
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H. Barbara Weinberg, “John La Farge and the Relation of His Illustrations to His Ideal Art,” American Art Journal 5 (May 1973), 54–73 (ill.).
Richard J. Boyle, “American Impressionism,” (Boston, 1974) p. 83 (ill.).
Annual Report (Art Institute of Chicago, 1981–82) p. 25 (ill.).
Henry La Farge, “John La Farge and the 1878 Auction of His Works,” American Art Journal 15, 3 (Summer 1983), 4–34 (ill.).
Master Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago (Art Institute, 1988) p. 85 (ill.).
Possibly New York, National Academy of Design, annual exhibition, 1870, cat. 419, as A Snowy Day.
Boston, Pierce & Co., 1878, cat. 4.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, John La Farge Memorial Exhibition, Dec 1910–Jan 1911.
New York, Kennedy Galleries, 1966, cat. 5, as Snow Landscape with Evergreen Tree.
With Pierce & Co. Boston, by 1878; sold to Henry Lee Higginson, Boston, 1878; by descent to Alexander Higginson, Boston and England, until 1964; Kennedy Galleries, New York, 1964-68; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Kaplan, New York, 1968-69; Kennedy Galleries, New York, 1969-81; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1981.
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