Inscription: Signed and dated (lower right, in graphite and in crayon, overlapping): Marin/ 25
the artist (from 1925; to Stieglitz); Alfred Stieglitz, New York (by 1936–d. 1946; his estate, 1946–49; gift to MMA)
Intimate Gallery, New York. "John Marin," November 9, 1926–January 9, 1927, no catalogue (checklist no. 3; as "Mountain Overlooking Haverstraw, New York") [possibly this work].
Museum of Modern Art, New York. "John Marin: Watercolors, Oil Paintings, Etchings," October 19–November 22, 1936, no. 70.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Fourteen American Masters: Paintings from Colonial Times to Today," October 16, 1958–January 4, 1959, no catalogue.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Paintings and Watercolors by John Marin," February 3–March 29, 1981, no catalogue.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "American Drawings (1900–1950): Selections from the Permanent Collection," October 25, 2005–April 23, 2006, no catalogue.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe," October 13, 2011–January 2, 2012, no. 143.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "John Marin Watercolors," March 26–August 26, 2012, no catalogue.
Sheldon Reich. John Marin: A Stylistic Analysis and Catalogue Raisonné. Tucson, 1970, vol. 1, p. 162, fig. 130, vol. 2, p. 571, fig. 25.51.
Jessica Murphy inStieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe. The Alfred Stieglitz Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ed. Lisa Mintz Messinger. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2011, pp. 177, 271, no. 143, ill. (color).
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John Marin (American, Rutherford, New Jersey 1870–1953 Cape Split, Maine)
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