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Magazine Antiques, “American Paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago,” (November 1973), 895–905.
William S. Talbot, “Jasper Cropsey 1823–1900,” (PhD. diss. New York University, 1972) p. 439.
Springfield, Illinois State Museum, Nineteenth–Century American Paintings: a Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, Mar 5–Apr 24, 1966; Iowa, Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, May 19–Jun 5, 1966; Muscatine, Iowa, Laura Musser Art Gallery and Museum, Jul 24–Oct 2, 1966; Peoria, Illinois, Lakeview Center for the Arts and Sciences, Nov 30, 1966–Jan 8, 1967, no cat.
Champaign, Illinois, Krannert Art Museum, 250 Years of American Art, Art Resources Traveler exhibition, May 1968–Jul 1969, cat. np.
Cleveland Museum of Art, Jasper F. Cropsey, 1823–1900 Jul 8–Aug 16, 1970; Utica, New York, Munson–Williams–Proctor Institute, Sep 14–Oct 25, 1970; Washington DC, National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Nov 23, 1970–Jan 3, 1971, cat. 41.
Chicago, the Arts Club, The American Landscape, Nov 14–Dec 29, 1973, cat. 15.
Buffalo, Albright–Knox Art Gallery, Niagara: Two Centuries of Changing Attitudes, 1697–1901, Jul 13–Sep 1, 1985; Washington D.C>, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Sep 21–Nov 24, 1985; New York Historical Society, Jan 22–Apr 27, 1985, cat. 57.
Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art, American Heroism Aug 6–Oct 14, 2001, cat. 11.
Judge Nathaniel and Laura Davidson Sears; Elgin Academy, Elgin, Illinois, by 1967; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago.
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