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Michael Quick, George Inness, a Catalogue Raisonne, vol. 2 (Rutgers University Press, 2007), no. 1140, pl. 248.
Moira Harris et al., “Minnesota Modern: Four Artists of the Twentieth Century,” (Afton Press, 2015), (ill.).
New York, Union League Club, Exhibition of Paintings, Dec 1894, no. 67.
New York, Manhattan Club, Paintings Loaned by Members, Mar 19–23, 1896, no. 1.
New York, Union League Club, The Paintings of Two Americans, Mar 10–12, 1898, no. 25.
New York, Lotos Club, Exhibition of Paintings from the Collection of Mr. Emerson McMillin, Mar 29–31, 1902, no. 18.
Chicago, Henry Reinhardt Galleries, An Exhibition of Eighteen Pictures by the American Master of Landscape Painting, the Late George Inness, 1911, no. 1.
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Directions in Twentieth Century American Painting, 1961, no. 7.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum, Themes in American Painting, 1977, no. 45.
Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí, Oct 4, 2019–Jan 12, 2020; St. Louis Art Museum, Feb 12–May 17, 2020 (St. Louis only), no cat. no., 147, fig 152 (ill.).
Sold, American Art Galleries, American Art Association, New York, to Thomas B. Clarke, 1899; Emerson McMillin, New York, 1899; Reinhardt Galleries, Chicago, 1911; sold to Edward B. Butler, Chicago, 1911; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1911.
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