English School, early 19th Century
LANDSCAPE WITH A HORSE-DRAWN CART
George A. Hearn, New York, by 1908;
By whom given to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1909 (as John Crome, Inv. no. 10.58.2).
Catalogue of the Collection of Foreign and American Paintings Owned by Mr. George A. Hearn, New York 1908, pp. xi, 49, reproduced plate 56 (as John Crome);
"The Gift of Mr. George A. Hearn" and "Complete List of Accessions," in Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 5, May 1910, pp. 105, 129 (as John Crome);
P. M. Turner, "Pictures of the English School in New York," in The Burlington Magazine, 22, February 1913, p. 270 (as possibly a late work of Benjamin Parker [sic, for Barker]);
K. Baetjer, European Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art by artists born before 1865, A Summary Catalogue, New York 1980, vol. I, p. 19, reproduced vol. II, p. 281 (as British, 19th century);
K. Baetjer, European Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art by artists born before 1865, A Summary Catalogue, New York 1995, p. 205, reproduced (as British Painter, early 19th century);
M. Owens, "Design Notebook: At the Met, Britannia Rules Again" in The New York Times, 6 July 1995, reproduced p. C6 (view of the Aitken Gallery);
K. Baetjer, British Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1575–1875, New York 2009, pp. 208–209, cat. no. 104, reproduced.