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The Ironworkers' Noontime
The Ironworkers' Noontime
de Young
Gallery 24
Oil On Canvas
17 x 23 7/8 in. (43.2 x 60.6 cm)
Object Type:
North America

Thomas B. Clarke (18491931), New York, 18831899

[Auction sale, American Art Association, New York, 1417 February 1899, lot no. 56, sold for $150]

Alfred Steckler (18561929), New York, 18991929

[Mary McShane, New York and Brooklyn, ca. 19301939]

[Macbeth Galleries, New York, 1939, sold for $110]

Stephen Carlton Clark (18821960), New York, 19391944

[Macbeth Galleries, New York, 1944]

[John Levy Galleries, New York, 1944]

Joseph A. Katz (18881958), Baltimore, 1944after 1947

[Victor Spark, New York, by 1950]

Walter Steumpfig (19141970), Sherman, Conn., after 1950before 1953

Lawrence A. Fleischman (b 1925) and Barbara Greenberg Fleischman (b. 1924), Detroit, by 1953—ca. 1965

Dr. Irving F. Burton and Shirley Burton, Huntington Woods, Mich., ca. 1965—1972

[Auction sale, Sotheby ParkeBernet, New York, 18 October 1972, lot no. 14, sold for $250,000]

Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Garfinkle, New York, 19721973

[Kennedy Galleries, New York, 1973]

John D. Rockefeller 3rd and Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller, New York, 1973—1979

FAMSF, 1979.7.4

Accession Number:
Acquisition Date:
Credit Line:

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd

Exhibition History:

Philadelphia Sketch Club, Annual "Best Finished Sketch" Competition, 1881 (as The Iron Workers, awarded top prize)

Philadelphia Society of Artists, Third Annual Exhibition, 1881

New York, American Art Gallery,The Private Collection of Thomas
B. Clarke of New York, I 1883, exh. no. 3 (as I Ironworkers'' Noontime)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, The Thomas
B. Clarke Collection of American Pictures, 1891, exh. no. 3

Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, First Loan Exhibition of the National Art Association, 1892, exh. no. 1

New York, Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, under the management of the Art House, Second Annual Summer Exhibition of American

Paintings and Antique Art Objects from China and Greece, 1894, exh. no. 2

New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Life in America: A Special Loan Exhibition of Paintings Held during the Period of the New York World's Fair, 1939, exh. no. 271

The Baltimore Museum of Art, extended loan, 19441947

Washington, D. C., The Corcoran Gallery of Art, American Processional, 14921900: The Story of Our Country, 1950, exh. no. 295

The Denver Museum of Art, Man at Work, 1952, no exh.. no.

Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Museum of Art, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence A. Fleischman Collection of American Paintings, 1953,
exh. no. 2

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, The One Hundred Fiftieth Anniversary Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the FineArts, 1955, exh. no. 170 (European tour, exh. no. 58)

Washington, D.C., United States Information Service, Nine Generations of American Painting: A Loan Exhibition from the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Lawrence A. Fleischman Collection, 1958
(organized for travel to South America, Greece, and Israel),
Israel cat., exh. no. 20

Greensburg, Pa., The WestMoreland County Museum of Art,Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Art in Pennsylvania, exh. no. 5

Milwaukee Art Center, American Painting, 17601960: A Selection of 125 Paintings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs . Lawrence A . Fleischman, Detroit, 1960, no exh. no.

The Art Gallery of Toronto, Canada, American Painting, 18651905, 1961, exh. no. 2

Tucson, University of Arizona Art Gallery, American Painting, 17651963: Selections from the Lawrence A . and Barbara Fleischman Collection of American Art, 1964, exh. no. 3

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Small Paintings of Large Import from the Collection of Lawrence A. and Barbara Fleischman of Detroit, Michigan, 1964, exh. no. 2

New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NineteenthCentury America: Paintings and Sculpture, 1970, exh. no. 179

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Thomas P. Anshutz, 18511912, 1973, exh. no. 8

Allentown Art Museum, Pa., The City in American Painting, 1973, no exh. no.

San Francisco 1976, exh. no. 55

Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, Postlmpressionism: CrossCurrents in European and American Painting, 18801906, 1980, exh. no. 263

Tokyo 1982, exh. no. 55

FAMSF, The Director's Choice: Twenty Years of Collecting, no publ.

FAMSF, Viewpoints Vl: The Studied Figure: Tradition and Innovation in American Art Academies, 18651915, 1989, no exh. no.
Moving Pictures: The Un-Easy Relationship between American Art and Early Film
Opening date: 2/17/07
Closing date: 5/20/07
The Phillips Collection: 2/17/07 to 5/20/07

Contemporaneous Works “Art from the same century and country”