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Marks and Labels
Given by the artist in 1834 to Joseph Foulke [d. 1836], Three Tuns, Pennsylvania. Thomas Foulke, Ambler, Pennsylvania, his great-grandson. (Robert Carlen, Philadelphia), by whom sold in 1949 to Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch; by bequest to NGA, 1980.
- Hicks Centennial Exhibition, Robert Carlen Gallery, Philadelphia, 1949, no cat.
- American Primitive Painting, 1750-1950, Milwaukee Art Institute, 1951, no. 99.
- American Primitive Paintings from the Collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, Part I, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1954, no. 76.
- American Primitive Paintings from the Collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, Part II, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1957, not included in cat.
- Early American Paintings, Sokoliki Park, Moscow, 1959, no cat. known.
- 101 Masterpieces of American Primitive Painting from the Collection of E.W. and B.C. Garbisch, traveling exh. by the Amer. Federation of Arts, New York, 1961-1964, no. 53, color repro. First venue: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.
- Inaugural Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1965, no. 6.
- Three Centuries of American Painting, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1965, no cat.
- Fifty Masterpieces of American Painting from the Collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida, 1967, no cat.
- American Naive Painting of the 18th and 19th Centuries: 111 Masterpieces from the Collection of E.W. and B.C. Garbisch, traveling exh. by Amer. Fed. of Arts, N.Y., 1968-1970, no. 49, repro. First venue: Grand Palais, Paris.
- American Naive Painting of the 18th and 19th Centuries: Masterpieces from the Collection of E.W. and B.C. Garbisch, organized by the Amer. Fed. of Arts, N.Y., and Mainichi News., Nihobashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo, 1970, no cat.
- What is American in American Art, M. Knoedler and Co. [benefit exhibition for the Museum of American Folk Art], New York, 1971, no. 28, repro.
- The American Folk Art Tradition: Paintings from the Garbisch Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1978.
- American Naive Paintings from the National Gallery of Art, Exh. cat. Traveling exh. by the International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington, 1985-1987, no. 33, color repro. First venue: Museum of American Folk Art, New York.
- La Nascita di Una Nazione: Pittori americani dalla National Gallery of Art di Washington 1730-1880, Palazzo Pepoli Campogrande, Bologna; Galleria Internazionale d'Arte Moderna di Ca'Pesaro, Venice, 1988-1989, no. 33, repro.
- The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center, Williamsburg; Philadelphia Mus. of Art; Denver Art Museum; New York State Historical Assoc., Cooperstown; The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1999-2001, no. 35, fig. 121.
- Dresser, Louisa. "The Peaceable Kingdom." Bulletin of the Worcester Art Musuem 25 (Spring 1934): 25-30.
- Baker, Virgil. American Painting. New York, 1950: 286, 529-530.
- Bye, Arthur Edwin. "Edward Hicks." Art in America 39 (February 1951): 31-35.
- Held, Julius. "Edward Hicks and the Tradition." The Art Quarterly 14 (Summer 1951): 123-136.
- Ford, Alice. Edward Hicks, Painter of the Peaceable Kingdom. Philadelphia, 1952.
- Ford, Alice. Edward Hicks, 1780-1849: A Special Exhibition Devoted to His Life and Work. Exh. cat. Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center, Williamsburg, Va., 1960: 9-13, 15, 19.
- Dasnoy, Albert. Exegese de la peinture naive. Brussels, 1970: 212, 220, 221, 225.
- Mather, Eleanore Price. Edward Hicks, Primitive Quaker. Wallingford, Pennsylvania, 1970: 3, 16-20, 25-33.
- Mather, Eleanore Price. "A Quaker Icon: The Inner Kingdom of Edward Hicks." The Art Quarterly 36 (Spring/Summer 1973): 99.
- Derfner, Phyllis. "Edward Hicks: Practical Primitivism and the Inner Light." Art in America 63 (September/October): 76-79.
- Mather, Eleanore Price. "Introduction." In Edward Hicks, A Gentle Spirit. Exh. cat. Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York, 1975: footnote 24.
- Parry, Ellwood. "Edward Hicks and a Quaker Iconography." Arts Magazine 49 (June 1975): 92-94.
- Journal of the American Medical Association 250, no. 23 (December 1983): color cover.
- Mather, Eleanore Price. Edward Hicks: His Peaceable Kingdoms and Other Paintings. Newark, Delaware, 1983: 127, cat. no. 33.
- Ford, Alice. Edward HIcks, His Life and Art. New York, 1985: 25-30, 86-87, color repro.
- Wilmerding, John. American Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Art. Rev. ed. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1988: 88, no. 21, color repro.
- Kopper, Philip. America's National Gallery of Art: A Gift to the Nation. New York, 1991: 291, color repro.
- American Paintings: An Illustrated Catalogue. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1992: 201, repro.
- Chotner, Deborah, with contributions by Julie Aronson, Sarah D. Cash, and Laurie Weitzenkorn. American Naive Paintings. The Collections of the National Gallery of Art Systematic Catalogue. Washington, D.C., 1992: 184-187, color repro. 185.
- Hughes, Robert. American Visions: The Epic History of Art in America. New York, 1997: 2, 3, 38 color fig. 1.
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