Thaw Collection, Jointly Owned by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Morgan Library & Museum, Gift of Eugene V. Thaw, 2009
Not on view
Private collection, Bremen; [Thomas le Claire Kunsthandel, Hamburg]; Eugene V. Thaw, New York (until 2009)
Maastricht. Daxer & Marschall and Thomas le Claire at the European Fine Art Fair. "Recent Acquisitions: Oil Sketches and Paintings, 1600–1900," 2005, unnumbered cat.
New York. Morgan Library & Museum. "Studying Nature: Oil Sketches from the Thaw Collection," January 23–August 30, 2009, unnum. checklist (as "View from Olevano towards the West").
Recent Acquisitions: Oil Sketches and Paintings, 1600–1900. Exh. cat., Daxer & Marschall and Thomas le Claire at the European Fine Art Fair, Maastricht. Munich, 2005, pp. 20–21, ill. (color), notes its focus is atmospheric effect more than detail and that the nature of that effect requires broad, rapid brushwork; states that the topography depicted was identified by Dr. Domenico Riccardi and that a label on the old backing attributes the work to Nerly (Horst Keller, curator, Kunsthalle Bremen, January 29, 1984); adds that Nerly often visited Olevano during his years in Rome.
Esther Bell. "Catalogue Raisonné of the Thaw Collection." Studying Nature: Oil Sketches from the Thaw Collection. Ed. Jennifer Tonkovich. New York, 2011, p. 137, no. 106, ill. (color), calls it "View from Olevano Toward the West" and dates it about 1829–33.