oil on canvas
20.00 in. (50.80 cm.) (height) by 30.00 in. (76.20 cm.) (width)
signed and dated 'G. Inness 1875' (lower right)
Sylacauga, Alabama, Sylacauga Art Museum, February 24-March 24, 1982, on loan. Jacksonville, Florida, Cummer Gallery of Art, American Favorites from the Warner Collection of Gulf States Paper Corporation and the David Warner Foundation, September 16-November 11, 1984. Birmingham, Alabama, The Birmingham Museum of Art, American Masterpieces from the Warner Collection, January 30-March 29, 1987. South Bend, Indiana, South Bend Art Center, American Masterpieces from the Warner Collection, December 9, 1989-February 4, 1990. Waco, Texas, Sixth Annual Brazos Forum, America Comes of Age: Emerging Arts and Culture, August 17-October 4, 1990. Montgomery, Alabama, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, and elsewhere, Impressions of America: The Warner Collection of Gulf States Paper Corporation, June 18-July 28, 1991 (as Mount Washington, New Hampshire). Indianapolis, Indiana, Indianapolis Museum of Art, American Traditions: Art from the Collections of Culver Alumni, December 12, 1993-March 6, 1994.
(Possibly) L. Ireland, The Works of George Inness: An Illustrated Catalogue Raisonné, Austin, Texas, 1965, p. 177, no. 722. (Possibly) W.H. Truettner, "William T. Evans, Collector of American Paintings," The American Art Journal 2, Fall 1971, p. 75. South Bend Art Center, American Masterpieces from the Warner Collection of Gulf States Paper Corporation, exhibition catalogue, South Bend, Indiana, 1989, n.p. Indianapolis Museum of Art, et al., American Traditions: Art from the Collections of Culver Alumni, exhibition catalogue, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1993, p. 60, illustrated (as Mount Washington). T. Armstrong, ed., An American Odyssey: The Warner Collection of American Fine and Decorative Arts, Gulf States Paper Corporation, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, New York, 2001, p. 35, illustrated (as Mt. Washington, North Conway, New Hampshire). M. Quick, George Inness: A Catalogue Raisonné, vol. one, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2007, pp. 470-71, no. 527, illustrated.
(Possibly) William T. Evans, New York. (Possibly) Sale: American Art Galleries, American Art Association, New York, 31 January-2 February 1900, lot 60. L.C. Delmonico, (possibly) acquired from the above. Sotheby Parke-Bernet, Inc., New York, 25 April 1980, lot 16. Acquired by the present owner from the above.