Back from the Orchard
10 3/8 x 6 5/8 in. (26.4 x 16.8 cm)
Eastman Johnson (aka Jonathan Eastman Johnson)
(Lovell, ME, 1824 - 1906, New York, NY)
Medium and Support:
Oil on board
Marion Stratton Gould Fund
Location: Not currently on view
Artist's signature, lower right: E. Johnson
The artist; his estate sale, American Art Galleries, New York, February 26, 1907; purchased at that sale by Louis Etlinger; Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York; purchased from them by the Gallery in 1975
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This object has the following bibliographic references:
Article Scope: Reproduction only.
Susan Dodge Peters, ed.
Memorial Art Gallery: An Introduction to the Collection.
New York, New York: Memorial Art Gallery in association with Hudson Hills Press, 1988.
Article Title: Acquisition.
Article Scope: Article and reproduction.
Memorial Art Gallery.
Rochester, New York: Memorial Art Gallery, 1935-1995.
Volume Number: 41,
Issue Number: 7.
Issue Date: March 1976.
American Art Annual.
Washington, D.C.: The American Federation of the Arts
Article Title: Eastman Johnson Sale.
Article Scope: Mention.
New York Times.
New York, NY: New York Times, 1857-.
Issue Date: 2/27/1907.
Catalogue of the Finished Pictures, Studies and Drawings by the Late Eastman Johnson, N.A..
New York, NY: American Art Association, 1907.
Article Author: Weathers, Taketha.
Article Title: Untitled poem.
Article Scope: Poetry.
Community Voices in the Gallery: a Collection of Writings by Members of our Community Inspired by Works of Art at the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester.
Rochester, NY: Memorial Art Gallery, 2009.
Page Number: 73
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