Lady Managers of the Garfield Hospital, Washington, D.C, Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists
, March 1889 (Exhibition catalogue: Garfield Hospital Aid Association 1889)
, no. 66, [possibly, as Embers
Lotos Club, New York, March 26, 1898, no. 80, [possibly, as Embers
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1899, no. 169, [possibly, as Embers
National Academy of Design, New York, April 3–May 13, 1899 (NAD 1899)
, no. 118, [possibly, as Embers
Century Association, New York, March 3, 1900, [possibly, as Embers
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York, Summer 1901 (Pan-American Exposition 1901)
, no. 730, as Embers
, winner of gold medal, according to American Art News.
Boston Art Club, Boston, January 5–February 2, 1901, no. 32, [possibly, as Embers
Lotos Club, New York, February 23, 25–26, 1901, no. 20, [possibly, as Embers
Lotos Club, New York, January 28, 1905, no. 22, [possibly, as Embers
Century Association, New York, Memorial Exhibition of Eastman Johnson
, February 9–13, 1907, [possibly, as Embers
Frazier Gallery, New York, Eastman Johnson 1824–1906: Forerunner of Homer and Eakins
, September–October 1937 (Hirschl 1937); (Frazier Gallery 1937a)
, no. 22, as Embers.
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York, An American Genre Painter: Eastman Johnson, 1824–1906
, January 18, 1939–February 26, 1940 (Exhibition catalogue: Baur 1940)
, no. 58, b/w illus., Pl. XXIX, as Embers.
The Douthitt Gallery, New York, Eastman Johnson: The Keystone Artist
, March 28–April 30, 1940 (Douthitt Gallery 1940)
, no. 10, as Embers
, lent by Mrs. Herbert S. Darlington.
John Levy Galleries, New York, Exhibition of Eastman Johnson
, April 8–30, 1942 (John Levy Galleries 1942)
, no. 13, as Embers.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Eastman Johnson: Retrospective Exhibition
, March 28–May 14, 1972 (Exhibition catalogue: Hills 1972a)
, no. 101, b/w illus., p. 111, as Embers. Traveled to: The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, June 7–July 22, 1972; Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, August 15–September 30, 1972; Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, October 20–December 3, 1972.