Eastman Johnson Catalogue Raisonné
Patricia Hills, PhD, Founder and Director | Abigael MacGibeny, MA, Project Manager

Concordance

The Concordance presents the numbers which Eastman Johnson's artworks have been assigned in the major catalogues of his work: the 1907 sale catalogue of his estate by the American Art Association, John I. H. Baur's 1940 catalogue An American Genre Painter: Eastman Johnson, 1824–1906, and now Patricia Hills, Eastman Johnson Catalogue Raisonné. Any other catalogue number a work is known to have been given appears within the catalogue entry for that work.

Hills Baur1907 Sale
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The Innocent Cause of the War, c.1861–66 (10.0.3)
10.0.3 The Innocent Cause of the War, c.1861–66
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Kathleen Mavourneen, c.1861–80 (10.0.5)
10.0.543 Kathleen Mavourneen, c.1861–80
The Little Sentinel, 1862 (10.0.6)
10.0.6 The Little Sentinel, 1862
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The Chimney Corner, 1862 (10.0.7)
10.0.790 The Chimney Corner, 1862
Working for the Fair, 1862, December 25 (10.0.8)
10.0.8 Working for the Fair, 1862, December 25
Fugitive Slaves, c.1862 (10.0.9)
10.0.9 Fugitive Slaves, c.1862
A Ride for Liberty—The Fugitive Slaves—1862, c.1862 (10.0.10)
10.0.10123 A Ride for Liberty—The Fugitive Slaves—1862, c.1862
A Ride for Liberty–The Fugitive Slaves, c.1862 (10.0.11r)
10.0.11r37 A Ride for Liberty–The Fugitive Slaves, c.1862
Union Soldiers Accepting a Drink, c.1862–65 (10.0.12)
10.0.12 Union Soldiers Accepting a Drink, c.1862–65
Writing His Lesson, 1863 (10.0.13)
10.0.13149 Writing His Lesson, 1863
Playing Soldier, 1864 (10.0.14)
10.0.14 Playing Soldier, 1864
Little Soldier, c.1864 (10.0.15)
10.0.15 Little Soldier, c.1864
Study of Soldier's Head (Study for the Wounded Drummer Boy), c.1864–71 (10.0.16)
10.0.165 Study of Soldier's Head (Study for the Wounded Drummer Boy), c.1864–71
Study for "The Wounded Drummer Boy", c.1864–71 (10.0.17r)
10.0.17r Study for "The Wounded Drummer Boy", c.1864–71
Wounded Drummer Boy at Antietam—“Carry me, and I’ll drum you through”, c.1864–71 (10.0.18)
10.0.1840133 Wounded Drummer Boy at Antietam—“Carry me, and I’ll drum you through”, c.1864–71
The Wounded Drummer Boy, c.1864–71 (10.0.19)
10.0.19 The Wounded Drummer Boy, c.1864–71
Study for the Wounded Drummer Boy, c.1864–71 (10.0.20)
10.0.20 Study for the Wounded Drummer Boy, c.1864–71
The Wounded Drummer Boy, an incident of the late war, 1871 (10.0.21)
10.0.2139 The Wounded Drummer Boy, an incident of the late war, 1871
"Not Enough for Two", 1865 (10.0.22)
10.0.22 "Not Enough for Two", 1865
The Field Hospital, 1867 (10.0.23)
10.0.23 The Field Hospital, 1867
The Pension Claim-Agent, 1867 (10.0.24)
10.0.24 The Pension Claim-Agent, 1867
"The Girl I Left Behind Me", c.1872–75 (10.0.25)
10.0.25144 "The Girl I Left Behind Me", c.1872–75
Fiddling His Way, 1866 (11.0.1)
11.0.1 Fiddling His Way, 1866
Study for "Fiddling His Way", c.1866 (11.0.2)
11.0.2 Study for "Fiddling His Way", c.1866
Clap Hands, c.1866 (11.0.3)
11.0.3 Clap Hands, c.1866
Fiddling His Way, c.1866 (11.0.4)
11.0.4126 Fiddling His Way, c.1866
The New England Kitchen, c.1863 (12.0.1)
12.0.1125115 The New England Kitchen, c.1863
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The Home Studio, c.1864 (12.0.2)
12.0.2 The Home Studio, c.1864
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Studio Interior, c.1864–80 (12.0.3)
12.0.3139 Studio Interior, c.1864–80
Interior of Studio, c.1870–80 (12.0.4)
12.0.4113 Interior of Studio, c.1870–80
The Vacant Chair, 1865 (12.0.5)
12.0.597 The Vacant Chair, 1865
Susan Ray's Kitchen, 1875, September 24 (12.0.6)
12.0.667100 Susan Ray's Kitchen, 1875, September 24
The Other Side of Susan Ray's Kitchen, c.1875 (12.0.7)
12.0.7101 The Other Side of Susan Ray's Kitchen, c.1875
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The Barn—A Study in Browns, 1879, August (12.0.8)
12.0.895 The Barn—A Study in Browns, 1879, August
Barn Interior at Corn Husking Time, 1860 (13.1.1)
13.1.191 Barn Interior at Corn Husking Time, 1860
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Corn Shucking “Down East”, c.1861 (13.1.2)
13.1.2 Corn Shucking “Down East”, c.1861
Winnowing Grain, c.1860–66 (13.1.3)
13.1.393 Winnowing Grain, c.1860–66
Scythe Sharpening [verso of A Ride for Liberty—The Fugitive Slaves], c.1863–64 (13.1.4v)
13.1.4v37 Scythe Sharpening [verso of A Ride for Liberty—The Fugitive Slaves], c.1863–64
The Scythe Grinder, 1864 (13.1.5)
13.1.5 The Scythe Grinder, 1864
Shelling Corn, 1864 (13.1.6)
13.1.691a Shelling Corn, 1864
Nest Hunting, 1864 (13.1.7)
13.1.7 Nest Hunting, 1864
A Trade, 1866 (13.1.8)
13.1.8 A Trade, 1866
Study from Life, "Down East", 1860 (13.2.1)
13.2.1 Study from Life, "Down East", 1860
Lighting His Pipe, c.1860 (13.2.2)
13.2.2 Lighting His Pipe, c.1860
A Drop on the Sly, 1863 (13.2.3)
13.2.3 A Drop on the Sly, 1863
A Study, 1863 (13.2.4)
13.2.4 A Study, 1863
Maine Interior—Man with Pipe, 1865 (13.2.5)
13.2.5 Maine Interior—Man with Pipe, 1865
Maine Interior—Man Smoking Pipe, 1868 (13.2.6)
13.2.6 Maine Interior—Man Smoking Pipe, 1868
"There's No Place Like Home", c.1865 (13.2.7)
13.2.796 "There's No Place Like Home", c.1865
Grandpa's Pastime, likely 1869 (13.2.8)
13.2.8 Grandpa's Pastime, likely 1869
Country Home, 1865 (13.2.9)
13.2.9 Country Home, 1865
Sunday Morning, 1866 (13.2.10)
13.2.10140 Sunday Morning, 1866
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The Wood Chopper, c.1860–65 (13.3.1)
13.3.1 The Wood Chopper, c.1860–65
Hard Cider, c.1860–67 (13.3.2)
13.3.2 Hard Cider, c.1860–67
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The Fiddler, c.1860–68 (13.3.3)
13.3.32 The Fiddler, c.1860–68
Country Gentleman, c.1860–68 (13.3.4)
13.3.4 Country Gentleman, c.1860–68
The Woodcutter's Lunch, c.1860–68 (13.3.5)
13.3.5 The Woodcutter's Lunch, c.1860–68
A Down East Citizen, c.1860–68 (13.3.6)
13.3.687 A Down East Citizen, c.1860–68
Man in a Cornfield, c.1860–68 (13.3.7)
13.3.7 Man in a Cornfield, c.1860–68
Preparing Breakfast, c.1862 (13.3.8)
13.3.8133 Preparing Breakfast, c.1862
Man with Scythe, 1868 (13.3.9)
13.3.9 Man with Scythe, 1868
The American Farmer, c.1868 (13.3.10)
13.3.10 The American Farmer, c.1868
The Woodchopper, 1868 (13.3.11)
13.3.11 The Woodchopper, 1868
The Woodcutter, c.1868 (13.3.12)
13.3.12 The Woodcutter, c.1868
Landscape Sketch, c.1868 (13.3.13)
13.3.13 Landscape Sketch, c.1868
Harvest, c.1868 (13.3.14)
13.3.14 Harvest, c.1868
Sugaring Off, c.1861–65 (13.4.1)
13.4.1 Sugaring Off, c.1861–65
The Maple Sugar Camp—Turning Off, c.1861–65 (13.4.2)
13.4.2 The Maple Sugar Camp—Turning Off, c.1861–65
A Different Sugaring Off, c.1861–65 (13.4.3)
13.4.342135 A Different Sugaring Off, c.1861–65
Sugaring Off at the Camp—Fryeburg, Maine, c.1861–65 (13.4.4)
13.4.451138 Sugaring Off at the Camp—Fryeburg, Maine, c.1861–65
The Party in the Maple Sugar Camp, c.1861–65 (13.4.5)
13.4.5 The Party in the Maple Sugar Camp, c.1861–65
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A Maple Sugar Camp—Fryeburg, Maine, c.1861–65 (13.4.6)
13.4.6148 A Maple Sugar Camp—Fryeburg, Maine, c.1861–65
Sugaring Off, c.1861–65 (13.4.7)
13.4.750151 Sugaring Off, c.1861–65
Sugaring Off, c.1864–65 (13.4.8)
13.4.849150 Sugaring Off, c.1864–65
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Giving Baby a Taste, c.1861–65 (13.5.1)
13.5.126 Giving Baby a Taste, c.1861–65
Tasting the Sap, c.1861–65 (13.5.2)
13.5.2 Tasting the Sap, c.1861–65
The Down East Courtship, c.1861–65 (13.5.3)
13.5.342a88 The Down East Courtship, c.1861–65
A Study in Reds—"Morning News at the Camp", c.1861–65 (13.5.4)
13.5.448103 A Study in Reds—"Morning News at the Camp", c.1861–65
The Sugar Camp, c.1861–65 (13.5.5)
13.5.5 The Sugar Camp, c.1861–65
Tasting the Sugar, c.1861–65 (13.5.6)
13.5.647 Tasting the Sugar, c.1861–65
Sugaring Off—Small Scene [verso of Boyhood of Lincoln], c.1861–65 (13.5.7v)
13.5.7v Sugaring Off—Small Scene [verso of Boyhood of Lincoln], c.1861–65
Luncheon at the Camp, c.1861–65 (13.5.8)
13.5.8111 Luncheon at the Camp, c.1861–65
At the Camp—Spinning Yarns and Whittling, c.1861–65 (13.5.9)
13.5.941108 At the Camp—Spinning Yarns and Whittling, c.1861–65
Measurement and Contemplation at the Camp, c.1861–65 (13.5.10)
13.5.10120 Measurement and Contemplation at the Camp, c.1861–65
Cardplay at the Camp, c.1861–65 (13.5.11)
13.5.114470 Cardplay at the Camp, c.1861–65
The Story-Teller of the Camp, c.1861–65 (13.5.12)
13.5.12124 The Story-Teller of the Camp, c.1861–65
At the Maple Sugar Camp, 1870 (13.5.13)
13.5.13 At the Maple Sugar Camp, 1870
Setting the Trap, c.1861–65 (13.6.1)
13.6.1 Setting the Trap, c.1861–65
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Caleb Fry, c.1861–65 (13.6.2)
13.6.24381 Caleb Fry, c.1861–65
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Through the Snow, c.1861–65 (13.6.3)
13.6.346 Through the Snow, c.1861–65
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Mumblepeg, c.1861–65 (13.6.4)
13.6.420 Mumblepeg, c.1861–65
The Forbidden Game (Young Card Players), c.1861–65 (13.6.5)
13.6.5 The Forbidden Game (Young Card Players), c.1861–65
The Truants, c.1861–65 (13.6.6)
13.6.6129 The Truants, c.1861–65
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A Boy in the Maine Woods, c.1861–65 (13.6.7)
13.6.799 A Boy in the Maine Woods, c.1861–65
The Sleigh Ride, c.1861–65 (13.6.8)
13.6.8 The Sleigh Ride, c.1861–65
On Their Way to the Camp, 1873 (13.6.9)
13.6.94571 On Their Way to the Camp, 1873
The Joys of Winter, c.1873 (13.6.10)
13.6.1053 The Joys of Winter, c.1873
The Sap Gatherers, c.1873 (13.6.11)
13.6.114694 The Sap Gatherers, c.1873
The Confab, 1877 (13.7.1)
13.7.1 The Confab, 1877
The Confab, c.1877 (13.7.2)
13.7.2 The Confab, c.1877
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Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.
Citation: Hills, Patricia. "Concordance." Eastman Johnson Catalogue Raisonné. https://www.eastmanjohnson.org/resources/concordance.php (accessed on December 9, 2021).