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Provenance

Recorded as from New York State. A Dutch family in the vicinity of Kingston, New York. (Thurston Thacher, Hyde Park, New York), by whom sold in 1952 to Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch;[1] gift to NGA, 1966.

Exhibition History
1954
American Primitive Painting, traveling exhibition organized by the Smithsonian Inst. for the U.S. Information Service, Washington, 1954-1955, no. 3. First venue: Kunstmusuem, Lucerne, Switzerland.
1962
Exhibiton of Early American Art, Academy of the Arts, Talbot County Historical Society, Easton, Maryland, 1962, no. 19.
1968
The American Primitive Paintings Exhibit, organized by the Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, California, for de Saisset Art Gallery, University of Santa Clara, 1968.
1979
A Remnant in the Wilderness. New York Dutch Scripture History Paintings of the Early Eighteenth Century, The Albany Institute of History and Art, traveling exh., 4 venues, 1979-1980, no. 6, 27. (NGA loans shown only in Utica and New York City, 1980)
Bibliography
1953
Wheeler, Robert G. "Hudson Valley Religious Paintings." Antiques 63 (April 1953): 346-348, 350.
1970
American Paintings and Sculpture: An Illustrated Catalogue. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1970: 132, repro.
1980
American Paintings: An Illustrated Catalogue. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1980: 270, repro.
1992
American Paintings: An Illustrated Catalogue. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1992: 396, repro.
1992
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: 453-454, color repro. 453.