Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago, 13, 2 (Feb. 1919) p. 25 (ill.).
The American Magazine of Art, 10, 12 (October 1919) p. 464 (ill.).
Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago, 70, 4 (July–August 1976), 13–16 (ill.).
Wendy Wick, “George Washington, An American Icon, the Eighteenth–Century Graphic Portraits,” exh. cat. (Smithsonian 1982) fig. 28, 42.
Boston, Massachusetts, The Old South Meeting House, 1882.
New York, Avery Galleries, Dec 1892.
Art Institute of Chicago, Portraits of Men, Women and Children, Jan 2–15, 1895, cat. 363.
New York, Union League Club, A Collection of Portraits by American Artists Born Prior to the 19th Century, Feb 1895, cat. 23.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Retrospective Exhibition of American Paintings, Nov 1895–May 1896, cat. 209.
Art Institute of Chicago, long–term loan, Feb 1918–1921.
Washington DC, Corcoran Gallery of Art, George Washington Bicentennial: Exhibition of Portraits of George Washington and His Associates, Mar 5–Nov 24, 1932, cat. 23.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress: Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, Jun 1–Nov 1, 1933, cat. 421.
Art Institute of Chicago, From Colony to Nation: An Exhibition of American Painting, Silver and Architecture from 1650 to the War of 1812, Apr 21–Jun 19, 1949, cat. 101.
Massachusetts, Worcester Art Museum, Edward Savage, 1761–1817, Jan 4–Mar 8, 1953, cat. 23.
Edward Savage, Princeton, New Jersey, 1793-July 6, 1817; George Savage, Boston, July 6, 1817-unknown. Amanda W. Savage and Caroline H. Savage, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, by 1882. Charles H. Savage, Chicago and Green Lake County, Wisconsin, November 12, 1891-Jnauary 1918; Catherine Colvin, Lake Forest, Illinois, January 1918-February 1921; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, February 1921.
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