Numbered, in black marker or crayon, on frame reverse: #B-1 [B-1 circled]; numbered, in red marker, on frame reverse: # B-1; [no inscriptions visible on canvas reverse: canvas relined]; inscribed on modern hand-lettered, gilded wood frame label, front of frame: Peasant Girl of Brabant / EASTMAN JOHNSON
[according to Baur, 1940, signed lower right: EJ E. Johnson -63 (no longer visible)]; according to former owner David Stewart Hull, the painting was formerly signed on the reverse: E. Johnson 63 [now covered by relining]
Baur, John I. H. Eastman Johnson, 1824-1906: An American Genre Painter. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1940, p. 65, no. 130 (in listing of located works by the artist known in 1940).
Alfred F. Faiella; William Doyle Galleries, New York (auction, December 5, 1990, lot. 3): sold to Frank P. Stetz, New York, 1990; bequeathed to present collection, 2009
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