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Lower right: COROT


Thomas B. Inglis, New York; April 6, 1885, sold at Inglis sale, Leonard & Co., Boston, no. 65, and bought by Henry Clay Angell, Boston (d. 1911) [see note 1]; 1911, at Angell's death, to his widow, Martha Bartlett Angell, Boston (d. 1919); 1919, gift of Angell. (Accession date: March 20, 1919) NOTES: [1] there is some dispute over whether Angell purchased the picture from Thomas B. Inglis as listed above (through an intermediary, Green) or from James S. Inglis of Cottier and Co., London and New York. It is unknown if James and Thomas Inglis are related.

Credit Line

The Henry C. and Martha B. Angell Collection

about 1828–30


55.9 x 46 cm (22 x 18 1/8 in.)

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Medium or Technique

Oil on paper mounted on canvas