Provenance (Information known to date; research ongoing.)
Reverend Jeremiah Healy, Gloucester, Mass.
Addison Gilbert Hospital, Gloucester, Mass., Bequest of Reverend Jeremiah Healy, 1910.
Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, Mass., December 13, 1978
No known exhibitions.
Wilmerding, John. Paintings by Fitz Hugh Lane. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art; in association with Harry N. Abrams, 1988., fig. 10, ill. in b/w, p. 40.
Ronnberg, Erik A.R., Jr. "Views of Fort Point: Fitz Hugh Lane's Images of a Gloucester Landmark." Cape Ann Historical Association Newsletter 26, no. 2–4 (April, July, September 2004)
., fig. 3. ⇒ includes text
Wilmerding, John. Fitz Henry Lane. Gloucester, MA: Cape Ann Historical Association, 2005. Reprint of Fitz Hugh Lane, by John Wilmerding. New York: Praeger, 1971. Includes new information regarding the artist's name., ill. 30, text, p. 42.
Craig, James. Fitz H. Lane: An Artist's Voyage through Nineteenth-Century America. Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2006., pl. 18.
Newton, Travers, and Marcia Steele
. "The Series Paintings of Fitz Henry Lane: From Field Sketch to Studio Painting."
In Emil Bosshard, Paintings Conservator (1945–2006): Essays by Friends and Colleagues
, edited by Maria de Peverelli, Mario Grassi, and Hans-Christoph von Imhoff
: Centro Di
, pp. 194–215
., fig. 7, p. 204. ⇒ includes text
. "'Fitz Henry Lane, Spectateur de l'Histoire' ('Watching History—Fitz Henry Lane and the Revolutionary Past in Antebellum New England')."
In Refaire L'Amerique: Imaginaire et Histoire des Etats-Unis
, Didier Aubert & Helene Quanquin
: Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle
, pp. 47–61
., fig. 5, p. 57. ⇒ includes text