oil on canvas
40.25 in. (102.23 cm.) (height) by 35.25 in. (89.53 cm.) (width)
overall; image: 29 x 24in
:~With Charles A. Calder Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island~Collection of Mrs. Josephine P. Everett, Pasadena, California~With Pasadena Art Institute, 1938, by bequest of Mrs. Josephine P. Everett~(note: the Museum was renamed Pasadena Art Museum in 1954)~Collection of William Barclay, Beverly Hills, California (through a deaccession from the Museum), December 1964~Collection of Lois Bentley, Beverly Hills, California, until June 1997~Private collection, Rancho Santa Fe, California, June 1997 to present~~According the Roy C. Rose, the grand nephew of the artist, this painting was probably executed in New England shortly after Guy and Ethel Rose returned to America in late 1912.~~The original purchaser of this painting is believed to be Mrs. Josephine P. Everett, an important early patron of American Impressionist painters. At her death, she bequeathed ten Guy Rose paintings to the Pasadena Art Museum.~~A letter written by Roy C. Rose, discussing this painting, accompanies the lot.