The Cleveland Museum of Art

Collection Online as of February 27, 2024

July

July

1893
(American, 1856–1909)
Unframed: 90 x 57.5 cm (35 7/16 x 22 5/8 in.)
Location: not on view
  • Will Low Bacher, the artist's son.
  • Francis, Henry S. "Annual Report for 1966: Paintings." The Bulletin of The Cleveland Museum of Art (June 1967) pp. 168-170. 168-170
    DeKay,Charles. "The Quarter's Art." The Quarterly Illustrator 2, no. 6 (April, May, June 1894) p. 206-207. 206-207
  • Year in Review: 1967. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH (organizer) (November 29-December 31, 1967).
    American Impressionistic Painting. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (organizer) (July 1-August 12, 1973); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (September 18-November 12, 1973); The Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH (December 15, 1973-January 31, 1974); North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC (March 8-April 29, 1974).
    Currents of Expansion: Painting in the Midwest, 1820 - 1940. Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO (organizer) (February 18-April 10, 1977).
    American Impressionism. Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (organizer) (January 3-March 2, 1980); Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA (March 9-May 4, 1980); Terra Museum of American Art, Evanston, IL (May 16-June 22, 1980); The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Boston, MA (July 1-August 31, 1980).
    New York, Sixteenth Exhibition of the Society of American Artists (1894).
    Buffalo, Pan-American Exposition (1901) cat. no. 256, listed p. 24, under title July.
    San Francisco, Palace of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific Internation Exposition: Department of Fine Arts (1915), cat. no. 2619, listed p. 285.
    New York, The Walpole Galleries, Exhibition and Sale of Paintings of the Late Otto H. Bacher (13, 22-23, January 1917), cat. no.25; listed p. 7.
    Washington, D.C., The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Commemorative Exhibition by Members of the National Academy of Design, 1825-1925 (17 October-15 November 1925); traveled to New York, The Grand Central Art Galleries (1 December 1925-3 January 1926), cat. no. 187; title given: Figure in Sunlight.
    Washington, National Gallery of Art, American Impressionist Painting (1 July-26 August 1973); traveled to New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art (18 September-2 November 1973); to Cincinnati, Cinncinnati Art Museum (15 December 1973-31 January 1974); to Raleigh, The North Carolina Museum of Art (8 March-29 April 1974); cat. no. 2, illus. p. 54.
    St. Louis, The St. Louis Art Museum, Currents of Expansion: Painting in the Midwest, 1820-1940 (18 February-10 April 1977), cat. no. 75, illus. p. 37.
    Seattle, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, American Impressionism (3 January-2 March 1980); traveled to Los Angeles, The Frederick S. Wight Gallery, University of California at Los Angeles (9 March-4 May 1980); to Evanston, IL, The Terra Museum of American Art (16 May-22 June 1980); to Boston, The Institute of Contemporary Art (1 July-31 August 1980); no cat. number, illus p. 24 in section 3 entitled "Landscape and Light in American Painting of the 1880's."
    Cleveland, One Cleveland Center Gallery, The Cleveland Museum Presents Four Cleveland Artists: George Adomeit, Otto Bacher, Frederick Gottwald, and Walter Sinz (15 October-2 November 1984).
    Madison, WI, Madison Art Center, The Seasons: American Impressionist Painting (8 December 1984-2 February 1985), cat. no. 1, not illus.
    Jacksonville, Fl, The Cummer Gallery of Art, Artistic Transitions: From the Academy to Impressionism in American Art, Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Exhibition (24 October 1986-11 January 1987), cat. no. 1, illus. p. 18.
    Cleveland, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Fraternité: Artistic Relations between France & America (21 July-18 October 1987), no catalogue.
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