27 February 2013
John George Brown (1831-1913)
signed and dated 'J.G. Brown N.A./1885.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
24 x 16¼ in. (61 x 41.3 cm.)
Private collection, circa 1985.
Sotheby's, New York, 14 March 2001, lot 40.
Private collection, Maryland, acquired from the above.
Estate of the above.
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M. Hoppin, The World of J.G. Brown, Chesterfield, Massachusetts, 2010, pp. 159, 161, fig. 8-10, illustrated.
Property from the Estate of a Maryland Collector
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