List of works by Thomas Eakins

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Photograph of Thomas Eakins c. 1882

This is a list of professionally authenticated paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Thomas Eakins. As there is no catalogue raisonné of Eakins' works,[1] this is an aggregation of existing published catalogs.

Background[edit]

During his lifetime, Thomas Eakins sold few paintings. On his death, ownership of his unsold works passed to his widow, Susan Macdowell Eakins, who kept them in their Philadelphia home. She dedicated the remaining years of her life to burnishing his legacy. In this, she was quite successful; in the period between Thomas Eakins' death and her own, she donated many of the strongest remaining pictures to museums around the world. The Philadelphia Museum of Art benefited particularly from these donations.

After Susan Macdowell Eakins' death in 1938, her executors emptied the house of anything which could be sold at auction. When former Eakins student Charles Bregler arrived at the house after it had been stripped he was horrified at what he found, describing it as the "most tragic and pitiful sight I ever saw. Every room was cluttered with debris as all the contents of the various drawers, closets etc were thrown upon the floor as they removed the furniture. All the life casts were smashed... I never want to see anything like this again."[2] The number of works lost or destroyed at this time will never be known.

Bregler carefully collected what was left. Most of what remained were drawings and other preparatory studies. He was highly secretive about the contents of his collection and rarely allowed anyone to see it. After Bregler's death, ownership of the collection passed to his second wife, Mary Louise Picozzi Bregler, who was even more guarded as to its contents. In 1986, shortly before her death, Mary Bregler agreed to sell the works to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.[3]

Historiography[edit]

In the early 1930s, Susan Macdowell Eakins invited art historian Lloyd Goodrich into her home. Goodrich inventoried the collection in the house, interviewed Eakins' surviving associates, and studied Eakins' personal notes. In 1933, Goodrich published Thomas Eakins: His Life and Works. Though it was incomplete, un-illustrated, and did not include Eakins' photographs, Goodrich's book was the first definitive study of Eakins and the first attempt to catalog his artistic output.[4]

In the 1970s, Gordon Hendricks published two Eakins catalogs. The Photographs of Thomas Eakins (1972; ISBN 0-670-55261-5) is a fully illustrated catalog of photographs by Thomas Eakins and his associates. Because Eakins did not keep detailed records of his photographs, nor did he sign, title, or date them, many of the dates and photographers listed in the catalog are educated guesses on Hendricks' part. It is difficult to know who took a particular photograph because Eakins often had his students use it.[further explanation needed] Hence, the attribution on many of these photographs is "Circle of Eakins" to indicate that a photograph was taken either by Eakins or one of his associates. The Life and Work of Thomas Eakins (1974; ISBN 0-670-42795-0) included a checklist of Eakins' works, a number of which had not been included in the 1933 Goodrich catalog.

In the 1980s, Lloyd Goodrich returned to the subject of Thomas Eakins. He began writing a three-volume book, Thomas Eakins. The first two volumes, published in 1982, were biographic in nature. Goodrich was unable to complete the third volume, a Thomas Eakins catalogue raisonné, before he died in 1987. He donated his papers to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, in the hopes that the curators there would finish the catalogue raisonné. This has not happened.

Until 1986, the Charles Bregler collection was effectively unknown to art historians. A few of the works in the Bregler collection were included in the 1933 Goodrich catalog, but after that they effectively disappeared from the scholarly community. A proper inventory became possible only after their 1986 sale to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. In 1997, art historian Kathleen Foster published a definitive catalog of the Bregler collection, Thomas Eakins Rediscovered. (ISBN 0-300-06174-9)

List organization[edit]

Paintings, drawings, and sculptures are listed, where possible, by their Goodrich catalog number supplemented with modifications from Goodrich's notes for his never-completed Eakins catalogue raisonné.[5] The Goodrich catalog can be subdivided into three parts:

  • Juvenalia – Goodrich classified several early works by Thomas Eakins (works made prior to Eakins' arrival in Paris) as juvenalia, and prefaced with a "J". Though mentioned throughout the Eakins literature, the catalog itself was not published. However, the list is accessible in the Goodrich papers in the Philadelphia archives.
  • 1933 catalog works – "G" followed by a number indicates it is from Goodrich's 1933 Eakins catalog.
  • 1980s catalog works – "G" followed by a number and then a letter indicates a work that was not included in the 1933 Goodrich catalog, but was included in his two volume Thomas Eakins, or in notes for the third volume, the never-finished catalog.

Works in the Charles Bregler collection at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts are listed according to their number in Thomas Eakins Rediscovered.

Goodrich catalogue of Eakins' paintings and sculptures[edit]

Title Catalog # Format Year Dimensions (inches) Note Collection Picture
Map of Switzerland J1 Pen, ink, and watercolor on paper c. 1856–1857 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[6][7] Map of Switzerland J1.jpg
Map of France, Spain, Portugal, and Italy J2 Pen, ink, and watercolor on paper c. 1856–1857 16 × 20 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walters[8] Map of France, Spain, Portugal, and Italy J2.jpg
Spanish Scene: Peasant Crossing a Stream J3 Pencil and chalk on paper March 1858 10 1/16 × 14 7/16 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[9][10] Peasants Crossing a Stream J3.jpg
Spanish Scene: Peasants and Travellers Among Ruins J4 Pencil and ink on paper 1858 11½ × 16 15/16 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[9][11] Peasants and Travellers Among Ruins J4.jpg
Camel and Rider J5 Pencil and ink on paper 1858 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[12] Eakins Camel and Rider J5.jpg
Perspective of a Lathe J6 Pencil and ink on paper 1860 16 5/16 × 22 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[13][14] Eakins - Lathe.png
Drawing of Gears J7 Pen, ink, and pencil on paper c. 1860 11 7/16 × 16⅞ Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[15][16] Eakins Gears.jpg

Gears J7 verso.jpg
Visiting Card with Landscape J8 c. late 1850s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[17] Visiting Card with Landscape J8.jpg
Machinery J9 c. 1860
The Icosahedron J10 c. 1860 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[18] The icosahedron thomas eakins.jpeg
"Freedom" J11 c. 1860 An drawing after the Statue of Freedom by Thomas Crawford Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[19] Thomas Crawford's Freedom J11.jpg
Nude woman, seated, wearing a mask 1 Charcoal on paper c. 1863–1866 24¼ × 18⅝ inches Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[20] Masked nude woman, seated, by Thomas Eakins.jpg
Nude woman, back turned 2 Charcoal on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[21] Eakins - standing nude.jpg
Nude boy 3 Charcoal on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[22] Nude boy G3.png
Nude man, seated 4 Charcoal on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[23] Nude man seated.png
Nude woman reclining, back turned 5 Charcoal on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[24] Nude woman reclining, back turned G5.jpg
Nude woman, reclining, seen from the front 6 Charcoal on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[25] Studies of a reclining nude woman G6.jpg

Studies of feet, legs, and a half figure G6A.jpg
Head, bust and arm of a child 7 Charcoal on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[26] Study of a child G7.png
Arm resting on the back of a chair 8 Charcoal on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[27] Arm resting on the back of a chair G8.png
Nude man with a beard, seated on the floor 9 Charcoal on paper 1869 On the reverse is the middle section of a nude man. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[28] Nude man with beard G9.jpg
Nude man standing 10 Charcoal on paper
Legs of a seated model 11 Charcoal on paper Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey[29] Legs of a seated model G11.jpg
Legs of a standing model 12 Charcoal on paper
Head and bust of an Arab man with a turban 13 Charcoal on paper 1866–1867 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco[30] Eakins - Man in Turban.jpg
Torso and arm of a nude man 14 Charcoal on paper
Nude woman reclining on a couch 15 Charcoal on paper 1863–1866 Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts[31] Nude woman reclining on a couch.png
Nude woman reclining, wearing a mask 16 Charcoal on paper
Nude woman standing 17 Charcoal on paper 1876
Nude man seated 18 Charcoal on paper c. 1869 Double sided with "Head of a Warrior".
Auctioned at Christie's NY, December 8, 2008; sold for $50,000[32]
Eakins - Nude man seated.png

Eakins - Head of a Warrior.png
Illustrated letter to his Mother, Nov. 8–9, 1866 18A Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[33][34] Eakins letter 1.jpg

Eakins letter 2.jpg
Antique study, female head 19 Oil on heavy paper c. 1867–1869 Lost[35]
Antique study, male roman head 20 Oil on canvas c. 1867–1869 Lost[35]
Study of a leg 21 Oil on heavy paper c. 1867–1869 Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska Eakins Study of a leg G21.jpg
Study of a ram's head 22 Oil on canvas c. 1867–1869 Lost[35]
Study of a girl's head 23 Oil on canvas c. 1868–1869 Private collection[35] Head of a young woman G23.jpg
Study of a girl's head 24 Oil on canvas c. 1867–1874 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[36][37] Eakins Study of a Girl's Head G24.jpg
Study of a girl's head 25 Oil on canvas c. 1867–1869 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[38] Eakins, Study of Girl's Head 1868.jpg
The Strong Man 26 Oil on canvas c. 1867–1869 Study Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[39] Study of a Nude Man (The Strong Man).png
Bust of a Man (Study of a Nude Man) 27 Oil on canvas c. 1867–1869 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[40] Study of a Nude Man.png
Study of a student's head 28 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard c. 1867–1878 Thought to have been lost.[35]
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, May 2001; sold for $46,750.[41]
Study of a student's head G28.jpg
Study of a student's head 29 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard c. 1867–1879 Collection of William E. Stokes[42] Study of a Student's Head G29.jpg
Female Model
(formerly called A Negress)
30 Oil on canvas M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, California[43] Female Model-Thomas Eakins.png
Scene in a Cathedral 31 Oil on canvas Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, December 1, 2010; sold for $18,750.[44]
Scene in a Cathedral G31.jpg
Carmelita Requena 32 Oil on canvas 1869 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[45] Carmelita Requena.jpg
A Street Scene in Seville 33 Oil on canvas 1870 Collection of Erving and Joyce Wolf[46] A street scene in sevilla thomas eakins.jpeg
A Spanish Woman (Also known as "Dolores") 34 Oil on canvas A Spanish Woman G34.jpg
Francis Eakins 35 Oil on canvas Late 1870/Early 1871 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri[47] Frances Eakins.jpg
At the Piano 36 Oil on canvas Late 1870/Early 1871 Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas[48] At the Piano.jpg
Home Scene 37 Oil on canvas Late 1870/Early 1871 Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York City, New York[49] Home Scene.jpg
Benjamin Eakins 38 Watercolor on paper c. 1870 Private collection Benjamin Eakins G38.jpg
Margaret in Skating Costume 39 Oil on canvas 1871 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[50] Margaret in Skating Costume.jpg
Margaret (study) 40 Oil on canvas c. 1871 Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, May 19, 2010, Lot 109.[51][52]
Margaret G40.jpg
Margaret (sketch) 41 Oil on canvas c. 1871 Mitchell Museum at Cedarhurst, Mount Vernon, Illinois[53] Margaret by Thomas Eakins.jpg
Hiawatha 42 Watercolor on paper No longer exists.[54]
Hiawatha 43 Oil on canvas Study for Hiawatha watercolor. Described erroneously as unfinished.[54] Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[54][55] Hiawatha - Eakins.jpg
Max Schmitt in a Single Scull 44 Oil on canvas 1871 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[56] Max Schmitt in a Single Scull.jpg
Drawing of the Girard Avenue Bridge 44A Drawing Double sided: reverse side depicts the sketch for an oar. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[57][58] Drawing Of Girard Avenue Bridge.jpg

Eakins oar G44A.jpg
Portrait of M.H. Messchert 44B Painting
Kathrin (Girl with a cat) 45 Oil on canvas 1872 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[59] Kathrin-1872-large.jpg
Study for Kathrin 45A Drawing Study for Girl with Cat - Katherine.jpg
Elizabeth Crowell and her Dog 46 Oil on canvas Early 1870s San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California[60] Thomas Eakins - Elizabeth Crowell with a Dog.jpg
Mrs. James W. Crowell 47 Oil on canvas Early 1870s Eakins, Mrs James W Crowell 1875.jpg
Grouse 48 Oil on canvas 1872 Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina[61] Grouse Eakins.jpg
The Pair-Oared Shell 49 Oil on canvas 1872 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[62] The pair-oared shell thomas eakins.jpeg
Perspective Drawing for The Pair-Oared Shell 50 Pencil and ink on paper mounted on cardboard Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[63][64] Perspective Drawing for The Pair-Oared Shell.png
Perspective Drawing for The Pair-Oared Shell 51 Pencil, ink, and watercolor on paper mounted on cardboard 1872 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[65] Perspective drawing for the pair-oared shell thomas eakins.jpeg
The Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake 52 Oil on canvas 1873 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio[66] The biglin brothers turning the stake-boat thomas eakins.jpeg
Perspective Drawing for the Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake 52A Drawing Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio[67][68] Perspective Drawing for the Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake.png
Perspective Drawing for the Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake 53 Pencil and ink on paper mounted on cardboard 1873 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[69][70] Perspective Drawing for The Biglin Brothers Turning The Stake 2.jpg
The Pair-Oared Race – John and Barney Biglin Turning the Stake 54 Watercolor 1874 Lost[71]
A Rower 55 Watercolor Given to Jean-Léon Gérôme by Thomas Eakins. "Present location unknown"[5]
John Biglin (also known as "The Sculler") 56 Watercolor 1874 16⅞ × 23 15/16 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[72][73] John Biglin in a Single Scull by Thomas Eakins 1873.jpeg
John Biglin in a Single Scull 57 Watercolor on paper 1873 or early 1874 19 5/16 × 24⅞ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[74][75] John Biglin in a Single Scull.jpg
Perspective Drawing for John Biglin in a Single Scull 58 Pencil and ink on paper mounted on cardboard c. 1874 27⅜ × 45¼ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts[76][77] Perspective Drawing for John Biglin in a Single Scull.png
John Biglin in a Single Scull 59 Oil on canvas 1873–1874 24⅜ × 16 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[78] John Biglin in a Single Scull Thomas Eakins.jpeg
John Biglin in a Single Scull 60 Watercolor 1873–1874 Given to Jean-Léon Gérôme by Thomas Eakins.
The Biglin Brothers Racing 61 Oil on canvas Probably 1873 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[79] Thomas Eakins 002.jpg
Perspective Drawing for the Biglin Brothers Racing 62 Pencil and ink on paper mounted on cardboard Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[80][81][82] Perspective Drawing for The Biglin Brothers Turning The Stake 1.jpg
Oarsmen on the Schuylkill 63 Oil on canvas c. 1873 Deaccessioned from Brooklyn Museum of Art. Private Collection. Oarsmen on the schuylkill thomas eakins.jpeg
Oarsman in a Single Scull (also known as "Sketch of Max Schmitt in a Single Scull") 64 Oil on canvas Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[83] Sketch of max schmitt in a single scull thomas eakins.jpeg
Oarsmen 65 Oil on canvas Probably c. 1873 Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon[84] Oarsmen G65.jpg
The Schreiber Brothers 66 Oil on canvas 1874 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[85][86] Eakins, Oarsmen 1874.jpg
Perspective Drawing 67 Pencil and ink on paper mounted on cardboard Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[87] Perspective Drawing for the Schreiber Brothers G67.jpg
The Artist and His Father Hunting Reed Birds 68 Oil on canvas c. 1874 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia[88] Huntingreedbirds Eakins.jpg
Perspective Drawing for the Artist and His Father Hunting Reed Birds 69 Pencil and ink on paper mounted on cardboard Perspective Drawing for the Artist and His Father Hunting Reed Birds G69.jpg
Pushing for the Rail 70 Oil on canvas 1874 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[89] Eakins, Pushing For Rail 1874.jpg
Whistling for Plover 71 Watercolor on paper 1874 Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York City[90] Eakins, Whistling For Plover 1874.jpg
Whistling for Plover 72 Oil
Sketch for Hunting 73 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard c. 1874 Collection of Jamie Wyeth Hunting G73.jpg
Studies of Game-Birds (Also known as "Plover") 74 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia Gamebirds Eakins.jpg
Landscape with a Dog 75 Oil on canvas Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[91] Landscape with Dog G75.jpg
Sailboats Racing on the Delaware 76 Oil on canvas 1874 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[92] Eakins, Sailboats Racing on Delaware 1874.jpg
Sailing 77 Oil on canvas c. 1874 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[93] Sailing thomas eakins.jpeg
Starting Out After Rail 78 Oil on canvas 1874 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts[94] Starting out after rail thomas eakins.jpeg
Starting Out After Rail 79 Watercolor 1874 Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, Kansas[95] Starting Out After Rail.png
Ships and Sailboats on the Delaware (also known as "Becalmed") 80 Oil on canvas 1874 Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut[60] Becalmed.jpg
Study for Ships and Sailboats on the Delaware 81 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[96] Eakins On The Delaware G81.jpg
Ships and Sailboats on the Delaware 82 Oil on canvas 1874 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[97] Ships and Sailboats on the Delaware.png
Drifting 83 Watercolor c. 1874 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[98] Eakins, Drifting 1875.jpg
Mrs. Benjamin Eakins 84 Oil on canvas c. 1874 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[99][100] Mrs Benjamin Eakins.jpg
Portrait of Professor Benjamin H. Rand 85 Oil on canvas 1874 Deaccessioned from Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 2007 (after 130 years in the collection).[101] Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas Benjamin rand.jpg
Baseball Players Practicing 86 Watercolor on paper 1875 Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence, Rhode Island[102] Baseball Players Practicing Thomas Eakins 1875.jpeg
Perspective drawing for Baseball Players practicing 86A Drawing Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[103][104][105] Perspective drawing for baseball players practicing G86A.jpg
Elizabeth at the Piano 87 Oil on canvas 1875 Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts[60] Elizabeth at Piano - 1875.jpg
The Gross Clinic 88 Oil on canvas 1875 Philadelphia Museum of Art[106] and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[107] EakinsTheGrossClinic.jpg
Sketch for the Gross Clinic 89 Oil on canvas 1875 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[108] Composition study for the portrait of professor gross thomas eakins.jpeg
Dr. Gross (Study for "The Gross Clinic) 90 Oil on canvas 1875 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts[109] Study of Dr Samuel David Gross.png
Black and White version 91 India ink on cardboard 1875 Drawn after the painting, to be photographed and reproduced as a collotype. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[110] Gross clinic bw.jpg
Drawing of Two Heads 92 "India ink on paper, with pen and brush" 1876 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[111] Drawing of Two Heads.png
Robert C.V. Meyers 93 Oil on brown paper 1875 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[112][113] Robert CV Meyers G93.png
The Zither Player 94 Watercolor on paper 1876 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois[114] Eakins, Zither Player 1876.jpg
J. Harry Lewis 95 Oil on canvas 1876 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[115] Portrait of J Harry Lewis.png
The Chess Players 96 Wood 1876 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[116] The chess players thomas eakins.jpeg
Perspective Drawing for the Chess Players 97 Pencil and ink on paper 1875–1876 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[117] Perspective drawing for the Chess players.png
M. Gardel 98 Oil on paper mounted on cardboard Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[118] Bertrand Gardel - Sketch for The Chess Players.png
Baby at Play 99 Oil on canvas 1876 National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.[119] Eakins, Baby at Play 1876.jpg
Studies of a Baby 100 Oil on canvas Double sided. Duke-Semans Fine Arts Foundation (in the care of the Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, North Carolina) Eakins-Studies of a Baby-27527.jpg
Dr. John H. Brinton 101 Oil on canvas 1876 The National Museum of Health and Medicine of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. On long-term loan to the National Gallery of Art[120] Eakins, Dr John H Brinton 1876.jpg
Mrs. Samuel Hall Williams (Portrait of Abbie Williams) 102 Wood c. 1876 Deaccessioned from the Art Institute of Chicago.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, September 27, 2011; sold for $134,500.[121]
Mrs Samuel Hall Williams.jpg
Columbus in Prison 103 Oil on canvas c. 1876 Kennedy Galleries, New York City, New York Columbus in Prison.jpg
Sketch for the Surrender of General Lee to General Grant at Appomattox 103A Oil on canvas Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, September 27, 2011; sold for $32,500.[122]
Surrender of General Lee 103A.jpg
Sketch for the Surrender of General Lee to General Grant at Appomattox 103B Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts[123] Sketch for the Surrender of General Lee to General Grant at Appomatox.png
Will Schuster and Blackman Going Shooting 104 Oil on canvas 1876 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[124] Thomas Eakins - Rail Shooting on the Delaware.jpg
Perspective Drawing for Will Schuster and Blackman Going Shooting 104A Drawing Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[125] Perspective Drawing for Will Schuster and Blackman Going Shooting G104A.jpg
Rail Shooting 105 Oil on canvas "Present whereabouts or existence unknown"[5]
In Grandmother's Time 106 Oil on canvas 1876 Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts[126] In grandmother's time thomas eakins.jpeg
In Grandmother's Time 106A Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-106B until the two images were split[5] Eakins In Grandmother's Time G106A.jpg
Landscape 106B Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-106A until the two images were split[5]
Deassessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, March 23, 2016, Lot 57.[127]
Eakins landscape G106B.jpg
Archbishop James Frederick Wood 107 Oil on canvas 1877 Deaccessioned from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, 2015.[128] Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas[129] James Wood G107.jpg
Study for the portrait of James Frederick Wood 108 Oil on canvas 1876 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[130] Archbishop James Frederick Wood, by Thomas Eakins.jpg
Scenes in a Cathedral 108A, 108B, 108C, 108D, 108E, 108F, 108G, 108H, 108I Drawings Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[131][132] Scenes in a cathedral G108A-I.jpg
William Rush and His Model 109 Oil on canvas 1876–1877 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[133] William rush carving his allegorical figur of schuylkill river thomas eakins.jpeg
Studies for "William Rush" 109A, 109B, 109C, 109D, 109E, 109F, 109G, 109H, Drawings Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. Eakins G109 Woman With Parasol.jpg

Eakins G109 Washington.jpg

Eakins G109 Two Women in Costume.jpg

Eakins G109 Three Figures.jpg

Eakins G109 Schuykill Freed.jpg

Eakins G109 Nymph With Bittern.jpg

Eakins G109 Mrs. Madison.jpg

Eakins G109 Laetitia Bonaparte.jpg
Study for William Rush and His Model (Yale), G-111 110 Oil on cardboard, c. 1877 8¼ × 10½ Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine[134] Farnsworth LOC P18660106 b.jpg
William Rush and His Model (Yale) 111 Oil on canvas 1876 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[135][136] William Rush G111.png
Interior of Rush's Shop 112 Oil on canvas 1876–1877 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[137] Interior of a Woodcarver's Shop - Sketch for William Rush Carving His Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River.png
The Model (Nude: Study)
Study for William Rush and His Model (Yale), G-111
113 Oil on canvas 1876 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois[138] Study for 'William Rush Carving His Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River', 1876.jpg
Seventy Years Ago 114 Watercolor on paper 1877 Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey[139] Seventy-Years-Ago-(1877)-Eakins.jpg
Sketch for Seventy Years Ago 115 Oil on canvas Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington[140] Sketch for Seventy Years Ago.jpg
Young Girl Meditating 116 Watercolor on paper 1877 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[141] Eakins, Young Girl Meditating 1877.jpg
Sketch for Young Girl Meditating 117 Oil on canvas Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[142] Sketch for Young Girl Meditating G117.jpg
Study for Young Girl Meditating 117A Oil on canvas 1877 Collection of Martin Perez.[143] Sketch for young girl meditating.jpg
In Washington (Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C.) 118 Wood 1877 Painted from a window of the White House, as Eakins waited for President Rutherford B. Hayes to sit for a portrait. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[144] Lafayette Park Washington DC.png
The Courtship 119 Oil on canvas c. 1878 M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, California[145] Eakins, Courtship 1878.jpg
Study for The Courtship 120 Oil on canvas 1877-1878 14 × 17 Auctioned at Christie's NY, June 3, 1983; sold for $80,000.[146]
Ex collection: Gulf States Paper Corporation, Tuscaloosa, Alabama (1983-2013).[147]
Auctioned at Christie's New York, 25 September 2013; sold for $32,500.[148]
Sketch for the Courtship G120.jpg
The Spinner (sketch for The Courtship) 121 Oil on canvas c. 1878 Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts[60] The Spinner.png
The Spinner (sketch for The Courtship) 122 Wood Has a sketch of Dr. Andrews on the reverse side. Private collection.[5] Sketch for the Spinner G122.jpg
The Young Man (sketch for The Courtship) 123 Oil on canvas
Anna Williams 123A Anna Williams G123A.jpg
Study for Anna Williams 123B Study for Anna Williams G123B.jpg
Negro Boy Dancing (also known as "The Dancing Lesson") 124 Watercolor on paper 1878 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[149] The dancing lesson thomas eakins.jpeg
Drawing for the Negro Boy dancing 124A Drawing 1878 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[150][151] Drawing for the Negro Boy dancing G124A.jpg
Study for Negro Boy Dancing 125 Oil on canvas National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[152] Study for Negro Boy Dancing.jpg
Study for Negro Boy Dancing 125A National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[153] Negro Boy Dancing G125A.jpg
Mrs. John H. Brinton 126 Oil on canvas 1878 Depicts Sarah (Ward) Brinton, wife of John H. Brinton.[154] Collection of Mrs. Rodolphe Meyer de Schauensee[155] Eakins, Sarah Ward Brinton 1878.jpg
The Spelling Bee at Angel's 127 1878 Published in Scribner's Magazine, November 1878 N/A The Spelling Bee at Angel's 1.png
Thar's a New Game Down in Frisco 127A Oil on canvas Study for the central standing figure in the Spelling Bee at Angel's. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[156] There's a New Game Down in 'Frisco G127A.jpg
The Spelling Bee at Angel's 128 1878 Published in Scribner's Magazine, November 1878 N/A The Spelling Bee at Angel's 2.png
Mr. Neelus Peeler's Conditions 129 Black ink and Chinese white on paper 1879 Published in Scribner's Magazine, June 1879 Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York City, New York[157] Illustration for Neelus Peeler's conditions.jpg
Perspective drawing for Mr. Neelus Peeler's Conditions 129A Drawing Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[158] Sketch for Mr. Neelus Peeler's Conditions.jpg
Sketch for Mr. Neelus Peeler's Conditions 130 Wood Double sided. Often incorrectly referred to as "The Timer"[159] New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, Connecticut[160][161] Timer, by Thomas Eakins.jpg

Eakins G130 verso.jpg
Four anatomical drawings 130A, 130B, 130C, 130D Drawings Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[162][163] Anatomical Studies G130.jpg

Anatomical drawing G130.jpg
A Quiet Moment 131 Oil on canvas 1879 Lost[164]
Sewing 132 Oil on wood c. 1879 Reverse side contains the sketch of an interior. New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, Connecticut[165] Sewing by Thomas Eakins.jpg

Eakins G132 verso.jpg
Study of a Woman Knitting 132A Oil Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[166] Woman Knitting.jpg
The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand 133 Oil on canvas 1879–1880 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[167] A may morning in the park thomas eakins.jpeg
Sketches for the Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand 134 Oil on wood 1879 Double sided: one side depicts the coach being driven across the picture; the other side is a study of Mrs. Rogers. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[168][169] Sketch for the Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand.jpg

Portrait of Mrs. Fairman Rogers - Study for The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand.png
Landscape sketch for the Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand 135 Oil on wood Originally composed of five or six sketches, which were later split.[170] Landscape sketch for the Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand G135.jpg

Eakins G135 circa 1933.jpg
Reverse of G135 as it appeared in 1933.
Study of the Delaware River 135A Oil Originally part of G-135 until they were split.[170] Delaware Riverscape from Gloucester.jpg
Study of a Man's Head for Mending the Net 135B Oil Originally part of G-135 until they were split.[170] Private Collection. Thomas Eakins - a Fisherman.jpg
Study of a Woman's Head for Mending the Net 135C Oil Originally part of G-135 until they were split.[170] Fishing at Gloucester on the Delaware river - study of a woman's head B246.jpg
Landscape sketch for the Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand 136 Oil on wood Double sided: one side is a study in Fairmount park. The other is a color note. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Study in Fairmount Park G136.jpg

Color note G136.png
Study of Horse for The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand 137 Oil on wood 1879 Originally double sided with 137A until the two images were split[5]
Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY (in a lot with G-137A, G-199A & G-201A), May 21, 2009; the lot sold for $119,500.[171]
Study for Fairman Rogers Four in Hand G137 recto.png
Study of Horses for The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand 137A Oil on canvas 1879 Originally double sided with 137 until the two images were split[5]
Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY (in a lot with G-137, G-199A & G-201A), May 21, 2009; the lot sold for $119,500.[171]
Study for fairman rogers four in hand G137A.jpg
Fan 137B Sold at auction, January 24, 1994, for $160,000. Eakins fan G133B.jpg
General George Cadwalader 138 Oil on canvas 1880 Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio[172] General George Cadwalader.jpg
General George Cadwalader 139 Oil on canvas 1880 Collection of the Mutual Assurance Company of Philadelphia.[173] General George Cadwalader G139.jpg
Retrospection 140 Oil on wood 1880 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[174] Retrospection, by Thomas Eakins, YUAG.jpg
Retrospection (Watercolor) 141 Watercolor on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[175] Thomas Eakins - Retrospection.jpg
Walter MacDowell 141A Oil Private collection[5] Walter MacDowell 141A.jpg
The Crucifixion 142 Oil on canvas 1880 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[176] The crucifixion thomas eakins.jpg
Sketch for the Crucifixion 143 Oil on canvas 1880 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[177][178] Sketch for the Crucifixion.jpg
J. Laurie Wallace posing 143A Oil Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, December 3, 1987; sold for $160,000.[179] Private collection[180] Wallace Posing.jpg
Spinning 144 Watercolor on paper 1881 Collection of Mrs. John Randolph Garrett Sr.[181] Eakins, Spinning 1881.jpg
Drawing for Spinning 144A Drawing
Sketch for Spinning 145 Oil on wood Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[182] Sketch for Spinning G145.jpg
Spinning (also called "Homespun") 146 Watercolor on paper 1881 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[183] Eakins, Homespun 1881.jpg
Sketch for Spinning 147 Oil on wood Double sided – the reverse side also contains a sketch for Spinning Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[184] Sketches for 'Home-Spun' (recto), by Thomas Eakins.jpg

Sketches for 'Home-Spun' (verso), Top of painting at right, by Thomas Eakins.jpg
The Pathetic Song 148 Oil on canvas 1881 Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC.[60] The pathetic song thomas eakins.jpeg
Sketch for the Pathetic Song 149 Oil on wood 1881 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.[185] Study for the Pathetic Song.jpg
The Pathetic Song 149A Watercolor Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[186] Sketch for the Pathetic song.jpg
Rail Shooting 150 Drawing 1881 Published in Scribner's Magazine, July 1881 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[187] Study for Rail Shooting from a Punt.jpg
A Pusher (also known as "Poleman in the Ma'sh) 151 Drawing 1881 11 × 5⅞ National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[188] A pusher (Poleman in the Ma'sh) G151.jpg
Drawing for William Rush Carving The Allegorical Figure Of The Schuylkill 151A Drawing Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[189] William Rush Carving The Allegorical Figure Of The Schuylkill G151A.jpg
Shad-Fishing at Gloucester on the Delaware River (also called "Taking up the Net") 152 Oil on canvas 1881 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[190] Shad fishing at gloucester on the delaware river thomas eakins.jpeg
Shad-Fishing at Gloucester on the Delaware River (also called "Taking up the Net") 153 Watercolor on paper 1881 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[191] Eakins, Taking Up Net 1881.jpg
Shad-Fishing at Gloucester on the Delaware River 154 Oil 1881 Ball State University Art Museum, Muncie, Indiana[192] Shad Fishing at Gloucester on the Delaware River.jpeg
Mending the Net 155 Oil on canvas 1881 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[193] Eakins, Mending Net 1881.jpg
Drawing for Mending the Net 155A Drawing
A Fisherman 156 Oil on cardboard Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[194] Study of a Fisherman G156.jpg

Shore of the Delaware River with fishing nets.jpg
The Tree 157 Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-157A until the two images were split.[5] The Tree - Eakins.jpg
Mending the Net: Study of the Tree 157A Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-157 until the two images were split.[5]
Mending the Net 158 Watercolor on paper 1882 Auctioned at Christie's NY, June 5, 1997; sold for $1,400,000.[195] Thomas Eakins - Mending the Net G158.jpg
Drawing the Seine 159 Watercolor on paper 1882 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[196] Eakins, Drawing Seine 1882.jpg
Hauling the Seine 160 Oil on canvas 1882 Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey[197] Hauling the Seine.jpg
"The Meadows, Gloucester, New Jersey" 161 Oil on canvas c. 1882 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[198] Eakins The Meadows, Gloucester, New Jersey.jpg
"Sketch for The Meadows, Gloucester, New Jersey" 162 Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-162A until the two images were split.[5]
Study 162A Oil Originally double sided with G-162 until the two images were split.[5]
In the Country 163 Oil on canvas c. 1882 10¼ × 14 Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, November 29, 1990; sold for $30,000.[199] Private collection[5] Eakins G163.jpg
Near the Sea (Also known as "Landscape study") 164 Oil on canvas Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[5]
Untitled landscape sketch 165 Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-165A until the two images were split.[5] Eakins G165.jpg
Study of a horse 165A Oil Originally double sided with G-165 until the two images were split.[5]
Untitled landscape sketch 166 Oil on canvas Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[200] Eakins landscape G166.jpg
Delaware River Scene 167 Oil on canvas Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[201] Delaware River Scene.jpg
Untitled landscape sketch 168 Oil on canvas
Untitled landscape sketch 169 Oil on cardboard Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[202] Landscape G169 verso.jpg

Landscape G169 recto.jpg
Untitled landscape sketch 170 Oil on paper Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[203] Landscape G170 F235.jpg

Landscape G170 F236.jpg
Untitled landscape sketch 171 Oil on paper
Untitled landscape sketch 172 Oil on canvas Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[204] Marsh Landscape Study G172.jpg
Untitled landscape sketch 173 Oil on canvas Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[205] Eakins landscape G173.jpg
Untitled landscape sketch 174 Oil on canvas University at Buffalo, The State University of New York art gallery, Buffalo, New York[5]
Untitled landscape sketch 175 Oil on cardboard Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[206] Eakins Shore scene on the NJ coast G175.jpg
Untitled landscape sketch 176 Oil on canvas
Untitled landscape sketch 177 Oil on cardboard
The Brinton House 177A Oil 1878 Subject is the William Brinton 1704 House in Birmingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, painted for his friend Dr. John Hill Brinton.[207] Brinton House G177A.jpg
Study for Old Man in Taking The Count 178 Oil on canvas c. 1898 13¼ × 10 Auctioned at Christie's New York, May 24, 2007; sold for $78,000.[208]
Auctioned at Freeman's Philadelphia, December 6, 2015; sold for $46,875.[209]
A Study of an Old Man.jpg
Untitled sketch 179 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard
Untitled sketch ("Girl in Shade") 180 Oil on cardboard Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
Untitled sketch 181 Oil on wood
Boatman 182 Oil on wood c. 1879 Double sided: one side is a study for the left leader horse in The Fairman Rogers Four-In-Hand. The reverse side is the Study of a Groom. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[210][211] Study of a Groom.jpg

Study of Horse for The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand.png
Untitled sketch 183 Oil on cardboard Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[212] Eakins G183.jpg
Untitled sketch 184 Oil on heavy paper mounted on cardboard La Salle University art gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Eakins G184.jpg
Study of Three Balls of Wool and a Rosebush 185 Oil on canvas Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
Two Cylinders and a Ball 185A Oil Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska Two Cylinders and a Ball G185A.jpg
Untitled sketch 186 Oil on heavy paper
Study of a woman seated 187 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Auctioned at Doyle's NY, November 28, 2007; unsold.[213]
Street Scene 187A Oil Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[214] A street scene G187A.jpg
The Writing Master 188 Canvas 1882 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[215] The writing master thomas eakins.jpeg
Sketch for the Writing Master 189 Oil on wood Double sided – one side is a sketch for The Writing Master. The other side is Sketch of a Man and Study of Drapery Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[216][217] Sketch for The Writing Master - Portrait of Benjamin Eakins.png

Sketch of a Man and Study of Drapery.jpg
The Swimming Hole 190 Oil on canvas 1884–1885 Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas[218] Swimming hole.jpg
Sketch for the Swimming Hole 191 Oil on wood 1884 Study for the Swimming Hole Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.[219] Study for swimming thomas eakins.jpeg
Sketch of the landscape for the Swimming Hole 192 Oil on wood Study for the Swimming Hole Collection of Mr. I David Orr[220] Landscape for swimming.png
Sketches for the Swimming Hole 193 Oil on cardboard "Double-sided, both sides are studies for The Swimming Hole" Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[221][222] Study for the swimming hole 4.jpg

Sketch of harry thomas eakins.jpeg
Sketches for the Swimming Hole 194 Oil on cardboard "Double-sided, both sides are studies for The Swimming Hole" Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas[223] Study for the swimming hole 1.jpg

Study for the swimming hole 2.jpg
Sketch for the Swimming Hole 195 Oil on cardboard "Double-sided, obverse side contains study of the fisherman's hand from Mending the Net" Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[224][225] Study for the swimming hole 3.jpg
Arcadia 196 Oil on canvas 1883 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[226] Eakins, Thomas (1844 - 1916) - Arcadia - ca. 1883.jpg
Sketch for Arcadia 197 Oil on wood Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[227][228] Sketch for Arcadia.jpg
Youth Playing Pipes 198 Oil on wood Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania[229] Study for Arcadia - Youth Playing Pipes.jpg
Boy Reclining 199 Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-199A until the two images were split.[5] Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.[230] Boy Reclining G199.jpg
Study of a Horse 199A Drawing Originally double sided with G-199 until the two images were split.[5]
Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY (in a lot with G-137, G-137A & G-201A), May 21, 2009; the lot sold for $119,500.[171]
Study for Fairman Rogers Four in Hand G199.png
An Arcadian 200 Oil on canvas c. 1883 Eakins, Arcadian 1883.jpg
Study for An Arcadian 201 Oil on wood Originally double sided with G-201A until the two images were split.[5]
Deassessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.[60]
Auctioned at Christie's NY, March 23, 2016, Lot 56.[231]
Study for an Arcadian G201.jpg
Studies of a horse 201A Drawing Originally double sided with G-201 until the two images were split.[5]
Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY (in a lot with G-137, G-137A & G-199A), 2009; the lot sold for $119,500.[171]
Eakins G137B.png
Weda Cook and Statue 201B Oil See G-267A for a related study.
A Woman's Back: Study 202 Oil on wood 1879 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[232][233] Study of a Woman's Back G202.png
Female Nude 203 Oil on canvas Probably early 1880s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[234][235] Female nude G203.jpg
Female Nude 204 Oil on canvas Probably early 1880s Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri[236] Study for female nude G204.jpg
Female Nude 205 Watercolor on paper Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[5] Eakins, Female Nude 1884.jpg
Study for female nude 205A Oil Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, September 29, 2010; sold for $50,000.[237]
Eakins Nude woman standing.jpg
J. Laurie Wallace 206 Oil on canvas c. 1883 Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska[238] Portrait of J. Laurie Wallace.jpg
Drawing for J. Laurie Wallace 206A Drawing Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska[5]
Professionals at Rehearsal 207 Oil on canvas c. 1883 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[239] Eakins, Professionals at Rehearsal 1883.jpg
Perspective Study Of Boy Viewing an Object 207A Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[240] Eakins Perspective Study Of Boy Viewing Object.jpg
Perspective drawing of a table 207B Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[241] Eakins Perspective Study Of Table.jpg
Perspective drawing of two tables 207C
In the Studio 208 Oil on canvas 1884 The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York[242] In the Studio G208.jpg
In the Studio 209 Watercolor on paper Unfinished Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[243] Eakins, In Studio (Unfinished) 1884.jpg
A.B. Frost 210 Oil on canvas c. 1884 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[244] Portrait of Arthur Burdett Frost.png
Study for A.B. Frost 210A Oil on cardboard Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan[5] Study for AB Frost G210A.jpg
The Veteran 211 Oil on canvas c. 1886 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[245] The Veteran Portrait of George Reynolds by Thomas Eakins.jpeg
Mrs. William Shaw Ward 212 Oil on canvas Auctioned at Sothebys NY, December 2, 2010; sold for $242,500.[246] Mrs William Shaw Ward.jpg
The Artist's Wife and His Setter Dog 213 Oil on canvas 1885 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[247] The Artist's Wife and His Setter Dog.jpg
Professor George F. Barker[248] 214 Oil on canvas 1886 Originally 3/4-length and 60×40 inches, cut down to head-and-bust and 24×20 inches. Mitchell Museum at Cedarhurst, Mount Vernon, Illinois[249] George F. Barker.jpg

George Barker uncut.jpg
Barker's portrait as it appeared originally.
Sketch for Professor George F. Barker 215 Oil on cardboard 1886 Doubled sided – one side is a sketch for Professor George F. Barker. The other side depicts seated figures. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[250][251] Sketch for Portrait of Professor George F Barker.jpg

Seated figures.jpg
Professor William D. Marks 216 Oil on canvas 1886 Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis, Missouri[252] William D Marks.jpg
Professor William D. Marks (unfinished) 217 Oil on canvas c. 1886 76 × 54 Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford, California Eakins, Professor William D Marks 1886.jpg
Miss Sophie Brooks 217A Oil
Frank McDowell 218 Oil on canvas c. 1886 Auctioned at Christie's NY, December 9, 1983; sold for $80,000.[253] Portrait of Frank MacDowell, c1886.jpg
Frank MacDowell (unfinished) 219 Oil on canvas Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[254] Frank Macdowell G219.png
Portrait of Walt Whitman 220 Oil on canvas 1887–1888 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[255] §Whitman, Walt (1819-1892) - 1887 - ritr. da Eakins, Thomas - da Internet.jpg
Sketch for Walt Whitman 221 Oil on wood Probably 1887 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts[256] Sketch for the Portrait of Walt Whitman G221.png
Mrs. Letitia Wilson Jordan 222 Oil on canvas 1888 Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York City[257] Thomas Eakins - Letitia Wilson Jordan - Google Art Project.jpg
Sketch for Mrs. Letitia Wilson Jordan Bacon 223 Oil on cardboard Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[258] Sketch for Portrait of Letitia Wilson Jordan.png
Cowboys in the Badlands 224 Oil on canvas 1888 Auctioned at Christie's NY, May 22, 2003; sold for $5,383,500.
Set a record for an Eakins painting at auction.
Anschutz collection, Denver, Colorado Cowboys in the bad lands thomas eakins.jpeg
Sketches for Cowboys in the Badlands 225 Oil on cardboard Originally part of the same work with G-225A and G-225B.[259] Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York[260] Sketches for Cowboys in the Badlands.jpg
Sketch of a saddle 225A Oil on canvas on cardboard 1887 Originally part of the same work with G-225 and G-225B.[259] Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[261] Saddle - Sketch for Cowboys in the Bad Lands.jpg
Study of a stirrup 225B Originally part of the same work with G-225 and G-225A.[259]
Sketch for Cowboys in the Badlands 226 Oil on canvas Deaccessioned by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, April 2008, to fund the co-purchase of The Gross Clinic. Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado[262][263] Cowboys in the Badlands sketch 1.jpg
The Bad Lands 227 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[264] Landscape - Sketch for Cowboys in the Bad Lands.png
Study for Cowboys in the Badlands 227A Oil on canvas 10⅜ × 13½ Auctioned at Sothebys NY, October 17, 1980; sold for $8,000.[265] Eakins G227A.jpg
Landscape sketch for Cowboys in the Badlands 228 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Originally double sided with G-228A. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[266] Landscape sketch for Cowboys in the Bad Lands G228 side B.jpg
Landscape sketch for Cowboys in the Badlands 228A Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Originally double sided with G-228. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[267] Landscape sketch for Cowboys in the Bad Lands G228 side A.jpg
Cowboy Riding 229 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Deaccessioned from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, April 2008, to fund the co-purchase of The Gross Clinic. Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado[262][263] Cowboys in the Badlands sketch 2.jpg
Cowboy (sketches) 230 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Sketch of Edward Boulton G230.jpg
Cowboy Riding 230A Oil on canvas 10¼ × 14¼ Auctioned at Freeman's Philadelphia, June 22, 2003; sold for $12,000.[268] Cowboy Riding G230A.jpg
Cowboy (sketch) 231 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard
Edward W. Boulton 232 c. 1888 Damaged in an accident – "The portrait of Boulton (Edward W.) by Eakins was lent to the University Club for an exhibit, and a waiter ran amuck and slashed it up."[269]
Douglass M. Hall 233 Oil on canvas c. 1888 Used as cover image for the album "Kapitulation" by the German indie rock band Tocotronic. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[270] Thomas Eakins - Portrait of Douglass Morgan Hall.jpg
Girl in a Big Hat (Portrait of Lillian Hammit) 234 Oil on canvas c. 1888 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[271] Girl in a Big Hat - Portrait of Lillian Hammitt G234.jpg
The Agnew Clinic 235 Oil on canvas 1889 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[272] The agnew clinic thomas eakins.jpeg
Drawing of David Hayes Agnew 235A David Hayes Agnew G235A.png
Sketch for the Agnew Clinic 236 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Private collection[5] Sketch for the Agnew Clinic G236.jpg
Dr. D. Hayes Agnew: Study 237 Oil on canvas 1889 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[273] Dr agnew.jpg
Samuel Murray 238 Oil on canvas 1889 Mitchell Museum at Cedarhurst, Mount Vernon, Illinois[274] Eakins, Samuel Murray 1889.jpg
Dr. Horatio C. Wood 239 Oil on canvas c. 1889 Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan[60] Horatio C Wood Eakins.jpg
Professor George W. Fetter 240 Oil on canvas 1890 Rediscovered in 2004 by janitors in the boiler room of a Philadelphia school.[275] Currently in an undisclosed location. Collection of the School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania George Fetter G240.jpg
Drawing for Professor George W. Fetter 241 Black ink on white tile
Portrait of Talcott Williams 242 Oil on canvas c. 1890 National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.[276] Talcott Williams - Eakins.jpg
The Bohemian: Portrait of Franklin Louis Schenk 243 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[277] The Bohemian - Portrait of Franklin Louis Schenck.png
F.L. Schenk 244 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware Franklin Schenk.png
F.L. Schenk 245 Oil on cardboard c. 1890 Private collection[5]
The Father of F.L. Schenk 246 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Collection of Nelson C. White[278] FL Schenk's father G246.jpg
Head of a Cowboy 247 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Mead Art Museum, Amherst, Massachusetts[279] Head of a Cowboy.jpg
Home Ranch 248 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[280] Eakins, Home Ranch 1888.jpg
Cowboy Singing 249 Watercolor on paper c. 1890 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[281] Eakins, Cowboy Singing 1890.jpg
Cowboy Singing 250 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Deaccessioned from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, April 2008, to fund the co-purchase of The Gross Clinic. Jointly owned by Anschutz collection and Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado[262][263] Eakins - Cowboy singing.jpg
Thomas B. Harned 251 Oil on canvas c. 1890 24 x 20 Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Harned, Jr. On long-term loan to the Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, North Carolina[282] Thomas B. Harned, by Thomas Eakins.jpg
Dr. Joseph Leidy II (also known as "Portrait of Man with Red Necktie") 252 Oil on canvas 1890 Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey[283] Joseph Leidy II G252.jpg
Dr. Joseph Leidy II (unfinished) 253 Oil on canvas
William H. Macdowell 254 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[284] William Macdowell G254.jpg
Phidias Studying for the Frieze of the Parthenon 255 Oil on wood c. 1890 Originally double sided with G-255A until the two images were split.[5] Collection of the Eakins Press Foundation[285] Phidias Studying for the Frieze of the Parthenon.png
Two Nude Youths on Prancing Horses 255A Oil on wood c. 1890 Originally double sided with G-255 until the two images were split.[5] Two Nude Youths on Prancing Horses G255A.jpg
The Red Shawl 256 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[286] The Red Shawl.png
Francis J. Ziegler (also known as "The Critic") 257 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts[287] Francis J Ziegler.jpg
The Art Student: Portrait of James Wright 258 Oil on canvas c. 1890 Ex collection: Maloogian Collection, on loan to Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas The-Art-Student-(or-Portrait-of-James-Wright)-large.jpg
The Black Fan 259 Oil on canvas c. 1891 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[288] The Black Fan - Portrait of Mrs Talcott Williams G259.jpg
William H. Macdowell 260 Oil on canvas c. 1891 Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia William H. Macdowell G260.jpg
William H. Macdowell (study) 261 Oil on canvas c. 1891 Randolph-Macon Woman's College Art Gallery, Lynchburg, Virginia[60] Eakins, William H MacDowell 1891.jpg
Portrait of William H. MacDowell 262 Paper on a stretcher Unfinished Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland Portrait of William H. MacDowell (unfinished).jpg
Study for William H. MacDowell 262A Oil on canvas Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[289] William H Macdowell.jpg
Miss Amelia Van Buren 263 Oil on canvas c. 1891 The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.[60] Thomas Eakins 005.jpg
Professor Henry A. Rowland 264 Oil on canvas 1897 Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts[60] Henry Augustus Rowland.jpg
Sketch for Professor Henry A. Rowland 265 Oil on canvas Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts[290] Sketch for the Portrait of Henry Rowland.png
The Concert Singer 266 Oil on canvas 1890–1892 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[291] Thomas Eakins, American - The Concert Singer - Google Art Project.jpg
Sketch for the Concert Singer 267 Oil on canvas mounted on wood Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[292] Sketch for The Concert Singer.png
Study for Weda Cook and Statue 267A Oil on canvas Also known as "The Opera Singer." On the reverse is "Woman on balcony waving white handkerchief." Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas Study for Weda Cook and Statue 267A.jpg

Eakins Woman on balcony waving white handkerchief.jpg
Joshua Ballinger Lippincott 268 Oil on canvas 1892 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[293] Portrait of Joshua Ballinger Lippincott G268.png
Study for Joshua Ballinger Lippincott 268A Oil 1892 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[294] Study for portrait of Joshua Lippincott G268A.jpg
Miss Blanche Hurlburt 269 Oil on canvas c. 1892 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[295] Portrait of Blanche Hurlburt.png
Dr. Jacob M. Da Costa 270 Oil on canvas 1893 Pennsylvania Hospital[128][296] Jacob Mendez Dacosta G270.png
Jacob M. Da Costa 270A Oil on canvas Destroyed by Thomas Eakins after DaCosta rejected it.[297]
Sketch for Dr. Jacob M. Da Costa 271 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[298] Sketch for Portrait of Dr. Jacob Mendez da Costa.png
Girl with Puff Sleeves 272 Oil on canvas Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, September 29, 2010; sold for $18,750.[299]
Girl with puff sleeves G272.jpg
Frank Hamilton Cushing 273 Oil on canvas Late 1894 or 1895 Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma[300] Portrait of Frank Hamilton Cushing Thomas Eakins 1895.jpeg
Sketch for Frank Hamilton Cushing 274 Oil on canvas Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[301] Study for Frank Hamilton Cushing G274.png
Mrs. Frank Hamilton Cushing 275 Oil on canvas c. 1894 or 1895 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[302] Portrait of Mrs Frank Hamilton Cushing.png
James MacAlister (also known as "Man in the Ned Necktie") 276 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard ca. 1895 Sketch. Originally double sided with G-276A until the two images were split.[5] Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[303] James MacAlister.jpg
Study for William L. MacLean 276A Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard ca. 1895 Originally double sided with G-276 until the two images were split.[5] William L. MacLean G276A.jpg
Weda Cook 277 Oil on canvas c. 1895 Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio[304] Weda Cook.jpg
The Pianist (Stanley Addicks) 278 Oil on canvas c. 1895 Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana[305] The-Pianist-(Stanley-Addicks)-1896-large.jpg
Katherine Maud Cook 279 Oil on canvas 1895 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[306] Eakins cook.jpg
Riter Fitzgerald 280 Oil on canvas 1895 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois[307] Riter Fitzgerald.png
Sketch for Riter Fitzgerald 281 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard The Huntington Library, San Marino, California[308] Intermediate sketch of Riter Fitzgerald.jpg
Sketch for Riter Fitzgerald 282 Oil on canvas Sketch for Riter Fitzgerald G282.jpg
Study for Mrs. Hubbard 283 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard c. 1895 Study for now-destroyed portrait of Mrs. Hubbard.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, March 11, 1999; sold for $34,500.[309]
Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware[310] Eakins, Mrs Hubbard 1895.jpg
John McLure Hamilton 284 Oil on canvas 1895 Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut[60] Thomas Eakins Portrait of John McLure Hamilton 1895.jpg
Sketch for John McLure Hamilton 285 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard 14⅝ × 10⅝ Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia G285 Sketch for John McLure Hamilton.jpg
Mrs. Charles L. Leonard 286 Oil on cardboard 1895 Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, March 3, 2011; sold for $25,000.[311]
Thomas Colville Fine Art [312] Study for a Portrait of Mrs Charles L Leonard by Thomas Eakins.jpg
Miss Gertrude Murray 287 Oil on canvas 1895 Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas[60] Miss Gertrude Murray.jpg
Charles Linford 288 Oil on canvas c. 1895 Ex collection: IBM.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, Mat 25, 1995; sold for $80,000.[313]
Eakins, Charles Linford, Artist 1895.jpg
Captain Joseph Lapsley Wilson 289 Oil on canvas c. 1895 30 × 22 Collection of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry Captain Joseph Lapsley Wilson G289.jpg
Sketch for Captain Joseph Lapsley Wilson 290 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard c. 1895 7¾ × 5¼ Auctioned at Christie's NY, June 3, 1983; sold for $9000.[314]
Ex collection: Gulf States Paper Corporation, Tuscaloosa, Alabama (1983-2013).
Auctioned at Christie's New York, 25 September 2013, Lot 196, Unsold.[315]
The Cello Player 291 Oil on canvas 1896 Deaccessioned from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2007, to fund the co-purchase of The Gross Clinic. The Cello Player Thomas Eakins 1896.jpeg
Sketch for the Cello Player 292 Oil on canvas 1896 Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York[316] Sketch for the cello player.jpg
Mrs. James Mapes Dodge 293 Oil on canvas 1896 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[317] Portrait of Mrs. James Mapes Dodge - Josephine Kern.png
Harrison S. Morris 294 Oil on canvas 1896 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[318] Portrait-of-Harrison-S.-Morris-large.jpg
Sketch for Harrison S. Morris 295 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey[319] Sketch for Harrison S Morris G295.jpg
Professor William Woosley Johnson 295A Oil on canvas c. 1896 M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, California[320] Professor William Woolsey Johnson.jpg
Dr. Charles Lester Leonard 296 Oil on canvas 1897 Collection of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Charles Lester Leonard G296.jpg
Jennie Dean Kershaw (Mrs. Samuel Murray) 297 Oil on canvas c. 1897 Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, Nebraska[321] Eakins, Jennie Dean Kershaw 1897.jpg
Mrs. Samuel Murray (unfinished) 298 Oil on canvas Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland Eakins Jennie Dean Kershaw G298.jpg
Miss Lucy Lewis 299 Oil on canvas c. 1897 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[322] Eakins, Miss Lucy Lewis 1896.jpg
Miss Anna Lewis 300 Oil on canvas c. 1898 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[323] Anna Lewis G300.jpg
William H. MacDowell with a Hat 301 Oil on canvas c. 1898 Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia William Macdowell with a hat G301.png
General E. Burd Grubb 302 Oil on canvas Probably 1898 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[324] General E Burd Grubb G302.jpg
Taking the Count 303 Oil on canvas 1898 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[325] Taking the Count by Thomas Eakins.jpeg
Sketch for Taking the Count 304 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard 1898 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut[326] Sketch for Taking the Count, by Thomas Eakins, YUAG.jpg
Sketch for Taking the Count 305 Oil on canvas Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[327] Study for Taking the Count.jpg
The Referee, H. Walter Schlichter 306 Oil on canvas 1898 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[328] The Referee - Portrait of H Walter Schlichter.png
Maybelle 307 Oil on canvas 1898 Frye Art Museum, Seattle, Washington[329] Eakins, Maybelle 1898.jpg
Sketch for Maybelle 308 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Eakins sketch for Maybelle.jpg
John N. Fort 309 Oil on canvas 1898 Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts[330] Portrait of John Neil Fort.jpg
Salutat 310 Oil on canvas 1898 Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy[60] Salutat.jpg
Study for Salutat 311 Oil on canvas 1898 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania[331] Study for Salutat.jpg
Between Rounds 312 Oil on canvas 1898–1899 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[332] Eakins, In the mid-time 1896.jpg
Sketch for Between Rounds 313 Oil on cardboard Double sided – one side is a study for Between Rounds; the other side is a landscape sketch. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[333] Sketch for Between Rounds G313.jpg

Landscape sketch G313.jpg
Billy Smith (sketch) 314 Oil on canvas c. 1898 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[334] Eakins - Billy Smith.png
Billy Smith (study) 315 Oil on canvas 1898 Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, Kansas[335] Billy Smith.png
The Timer 316 Oil on canvas 1898 New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, Connecticut[60] Between Rounds Study for the Timer, by Thomas Eakins.jpg
Wrestlers 317 Oil on canvas 1899 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles County, California[336] Eakins, Thomas - Wrestlers 1899.jpg
Study for Wrestlers 318 Oil on canvas Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles County, California[337] Study for Wrestlers.jpg
Wrestlers (unfinished) 319 Oil on canvas 1899 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[338] Eakins, Thomas (1844-1916) - Lottatori 2.jpg
The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand (black & white) 320 Oil on canvas 1899 Black & white version of the 1879–80 original. Painted to be photographed for Fairman Rogers, A Manual of Coaching (Philadelphia, 1900). St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri[339] Thomas Eakins - The Fairman Rogers Four-In-Hand (A May Morning in the Park).jpg
T. Ellwood Potts 321 1890–1900
Mrs. T Ellwood Potts 322 c. 1890–1900
Addie: A Woman in Black (Portrait of Miss Mary Adeline Williams) 323 Oil on canvas c. 1899 In Eakins Revealed (pp. 369–371), author Henry Adams claims that Eakins' friend Mary Adeline Williams was the nude model for G-451 William Rush and his Model, and related studies G-445, G-446, G-447, G-452, G-453 and G-454. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois[340] Addie Woman in Black.jpg
Benjamin Eakins 324 Oil on canvas c. 1899 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[341] Portrait of Benjamin Eakins.jpg
Mrs. Thomas Eakins 325 Oil on canvas c. 1899 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[342] Eakins, Susan MacDowell Eakins, 1899.jpg
Mrs. William H. Green 326 Oil on canvas 1899 Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, September 29, 2010; sold for $31,250.[343]
Driscoll Babcock Galleries [344] Mrs William H. Green.jpg
The Dean's Roll Call 327 Oil on canvas 1899 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts[345] Eakins, Dean's Roll Call 1899.jpg
Louis Husson 328 Oil on canvas 1899 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[346] Louis Husson.jpg
David Wilson Jordan 329 Oil on canvas 1899 The Huntington Library, San Marino, California[347] David Wilson Jordan.jpg
Study for David Wilson Jordan 329A Oil
William Merritt Chase 330 Oil on canvas c. 1899 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.[348][349] Eakins, William Merritt Chase 1899.jpg
The Thinker: Portrait of Louis N. Kenton 331 Oil on canvas 1900 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[350] Thomas Eakins - The Thinker, Portrait of Louis N. Kenton.jpg
Sketch for The Thinker 332 Oil on cardboard mounted on wood Originally double sided with G-365A until the two images were split.[5] Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine[351] Study for the Thinker.jpg
Addie (also known as "Portrait of Mary Adeline Williams") 333 Oil on canvas 1900 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[352] Eakins, Addie (Mary Adeline Williams) 1900.jpg
Mrs. Mary Arthur 334 Oil on canvas 1900 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[353] Mrs Mary Arthur.jpg
Robert M. Lindsay 335 Oil on canvas 1900 Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan[354] Robert M. Lindsay G335.jpg
Sketch for Robert M. Lindsay 336 Oil on wood Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan[355] Sketch for Robert M. Lindsay G336.jpg
Frank Jay St. John 337 Oil on canvas 1900 M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, California[356] Eakins, Frank Jay St John 1900.jpg
Antiquated Music: Portrait of Sarah Sagehorn Frishmuth 338 Oil on canvas 1900 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[357] Antiquated Music - Portrait of Sarah Sagehorn Frishmuth.jpg
Mrs. Joseph H. Drexel 339 Oil on canvas unstretched 1900 Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, May 18, 2011; sold for $68,500.[358]
Mrs Joseph H. Drexel.jpg
Sketch for Mrs. Joseph H. Drexel 340 Oil on cardboard c. 1900
Dr. Daniel Garrison Brinton 340A Oil Collection of the American Philosophical Society.[359] Daniel Garrison Brinton.jpg
Clara J. Mather 341 Oil on canvas c. 1900 Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France[360] Eakins, Clara (Clara J Mather) c1900.jpg
A Woman in Black (Portrait of Clara J. Mather) 342 Oil on wood
Elizabeth R. Coffin 343 Oil on canvas c. 1900 Coffin School collection, Egan Institute of Maritime Studies, Nantucket, Massachusetts[361] Elizabeth Coffin G343.jpg
Dr. Edward J. Nolan 344 Oil on canvas c. 1900 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[362] Portrait of Edward J Nolan G344.jpg
Henry O. Tanner 345 Oil on canvas c. 1900 The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York[60] Eakins, Henry Ossawa Tanner 1902.jpg
Honorable John A. Thorton 346 Oil on canvas Schwarz Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Honorable John A. Thorton.jpg
Monsignor James P. Turner 347 Oil on canvas c. 1900 Eakins later painted a full-length portrait of Monsignor Turner (G-438); sketch (G-439).
Deassessioned from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania[128][363]
Auctioned at Christie's NY, November 19, 2015; sold for $221,000.[364]
James P Turner G347.jpg
Portrait of Leslie W. Miller 348 Oil on canvas 1901 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[365] Eakins, Leslie W Miller 1901.jpg
Sketch for Professor Leslie W. Miller 349 Oil on cardboard c. 1892–1894 Double sided: one side depicts Leslie W. Miller. The reverse depicts Thomas Eakins' dog, Harry. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[366][367] Sketch for Portrait of Leslie W. Miller.png

Sketch of Harry.jpg
Signature for 'Leslie W. Miller' 349A Drawing Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[368] Signature for Leslie Miller.jpg
Mrs. Leslie W. Miller 350 Oil on canvas 1901
Mrs. Elizabeth Duane Gillespie 351 Oil on canvas 1901 Collection of the Women's Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art[369] Portrait of Mrs Elizabeth Duane Gillespie G351.png
Sketch for Mrs. Elizabeth Duane Gillespie 352 Oil on canvas Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[370] Sketch for portrait of Mrs Elizabeth Duane Gillespie G352.jpg
George Morris 353 Oil on canvas 1901
Reverend Philip R. McDevitt 354 Oil on canvas 1901 Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame, Indiana[371] Phillip R. McDevitt.jpg
Charles F. Haseltine 355 Oil on canvas c. 1901 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey[60] Charles Haseltine G355.jpg
Elbridge Ayer Burbank 356 c. 1901
Alfred F. Watch 357 c. 1901
Self-Portrait 358 Oil on canvas 1902 National Academy of Design, New York City, New York[60] Eakins selfportrait.jpg
Self-portrait 358A Oil on canvas c. 1902 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[60][372] Eakins self portrait.jpg
Colonel Alfred Reynolds 359 Oil on canvas 1902 Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia[373] Alfred Reynolds G359.jpg
Signora Gomez D'Arza 360 Oil on canvas 1902 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York[374] Eakins, Signora Gomez d'Arza 1902.jpg
His Eminence Sebastiano Cardinal Martinelli 361 Oil on canvas 1901–02 Hammer Museum, Los Angeles[60] Eakins, Sebastiano Cardinal Martinelli 1902.jpg
Perspective drawing for his Eminence Sebastiano Cardinal Martinelli 361A Drawing Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska[5]
Perspective drawing for his Eminence Sebastiano Cardinal Martinelli 361B Drawing Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska[5]
Very Reverend John J. Fedigan 362 Oil on canvas 1902 In the collection of the Augstinian Province of St. Thomas of Villanova.[375] On permanent loan to Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania[376] John Fedigan G362.jpg
Sketch for the Very Reverend John J. Fedigan 363 Oil on canvas Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, September 27, 2011; sold for $10,625.[377]
Reverend John J Fedigan G363.jpg
The Translator 364 Oil on canvas 1902 St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania The Translator G364.jpg
Monsignor James F. Loughlin 365 Oil on canvas 1902 St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania[128][363] James Loughlin G365.jpg
Study for Monsignor James F. Loughlin 365A Oil on cardboard mounted on wood Originally double sided with G-332 until the two images were split.[5][5]
Auctioned at Bonham's San Francisco, November 29, 2005; sold for $15,000.[378]
Study for Monsignor James F. Loughlin.jpg
John Seely Hart 366 Oil on canvas 1902 Dr. Hart (1810–1877) was principal of Philadelphia's Central High School when Eakins was a student. Eakins painted the posthumous portrait from a photograph.
Rediscovered in 2004 by janitors in the boiler room of a Philadelphia school.[275] Currently in an undisclosed location.
Collection of the School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania John Seely Hart by Thomas Eakins.TIFF
Charles E. Dana 367 Oil on canvas c. 1902 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[379] Charles Edmund Dana.jpg
The Young Man (Kern Dodge) 368 Oil on canvas c. 1902 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[380] The Young Man G368.jpg
Miss Mary Perkins (unfinished) 369 Oil on canvas c. 1902 Eakins-MissMaryPerkins G369.jpg
Girl with a Fan 370 Oil on canvas c. 1902 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[381] Girl with a Fan G370.jpg
Adam S. Bare 371 Oil on canvas 1903 Adam S Bare.jpg
Walter Copeland Bryant 372 Oil on canvas 1903 Collection of the Brockton public library, Brockton, Massachusetts
Dr. Matthew H. Cryer 373 Oil on canvas 1903 Private collection Eakins Matthew Cryer G373.jpg
Archbishop William Henry Elder 374 Oil on canvas 1903 66 3/16 × 45 3/16 Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio[382] Portrait of archbishop william henry elder thomas eakins.jpeg
Mother Patricia Waldron 375 Sketch. Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard 1903 Study for completed portrait, G-487 (lost, probably destroyed). See below. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[383] Sketch for Portrait of Mother Patricia Waldron.jpg
Bishop Edmond F. Prendergast 376 Oil on canvas Lost, possibly destroyed: "Murray told Eakins biographer Lloyd Goodrich that he had it 'from a reliable source' that the painting, which Murray considered 'superb' was somehow disposed of."[384]
James A. Flaherty 377 Oil on canvas 1903 St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania[128][363] James Flaherty G377.jpg
William B. Kurtz 378 Oil on canvas 1903 2015 bequest of Daniel W. Dietrich II.[385][386][387] Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Portrait-of-William-B.-Kurtz-large-1.jpg
Miss Alice Kurtz 379 Oil on canvas 1903 Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts[388] Eakins, Alice Kurtz 1903.jpg
Mrs. Mary Hallock Greenewalt 380 Oil on canvas 1903 Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, Kansas[389] Mrs. Mary Hallock Greenwalt.jpg
Dr. Frank Lindsay Greenewalt 381 Oil on canvas 1903 Private collection, Delaware Eakins - Frank Lindsay Greenewalt.jpg
Dr. Frank Lindsay Greenewalt 381A Oil
Mrs. Anna A. Kershaw 382 Oil on canvas 1903 Deaccessioned from Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, December 5, 2015; sold for $187,500.[390]
Anna Kershaw G382.png
Ruth (Portrait of Ruth Harding) 383 Oil on canvas 1903 White House Art Collection, Washington, D.C. Thomas Eakins - Portrait of Ruth W. Harding (1903).jpg
An Actress: Portrait of Suzanne Santje 384 Oil on canvas 1903 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[391] An Actress (Portrait of Suzanne Santje).jpg
Sketch for an Actress 385 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, December 1, 2010; sold for $100,900.[392]
Study for an Actress G385.jpg
Miss Betty Reynolds 386 Oil on canvas c. 1903 Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's New York, March 1, 2012; sold for $22,500.[393]
Betty Reynolds, by Thomas Eakins.jpg
The Oboe Player 387 Oil on canvas 1903 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[394] Thomas Eakins - The Oboe Player.jpeg
Rear-Admiral Charles D. Sigsbee 388 Oil on canvas 1903 Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, May 22, 2008; sold for $1,945,000.[395] Rear Admiral Charles Dwight Sigsbee G388.jpg
Mrs. M.S. Stokes 389 Oil on canvas 1903 Arkell Museum, Canajoharie, New York[396] Mrs M S Stokes.jpg
Mrs. Richard Day 390 Oil on canvas c. 1903 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[397] Mrs Richard Day.jpg
Mother (Portrait of Annie Williams Gandy) 391 Oil on canvas c. 1903 Donated to the Smithsonian by Annie Gandy's daughters, Lucy Rodman and Helen Gandy. Smithsonian American Art Museum[398] Eakins, Mother 1903.jpg
Mrs. Helen MacKnight (also known as "The Lady in Grey" and "Portrait of a Mother") 392 Oil on canvas c. 1903 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[399] Mrs Helen MacKnight - Portrait of a Mother G392.png
Francesco Romano 393 c. 1903 Auctioned at Christie's NY, May 26, 1994; sold for $80,000.[400]
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, November 29, 2012; sold for $146,500.[401]
Francesco Romano.jpg
Robert C. Ogden 394 Oil on canvas 1904 Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, May 20, 2009; sold for $338,500.[402][403]
Eakins - Robert C Ogden.png
Study for Robert C. Ogden 394A Oil Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, March 3, 2011; sold for $32,500.[404]
Study for Robert C. Ogden 394A.jpg
J. Carroll Beckwith 395 Oil on canvas 1904 San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California[60] J. Carroll Beckwith G395.png
Charles Percival Buck 396 Oil on canvas 1904 Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey[405] Portrait of Charles Percival Buck.jpg
Mrs. James G. Carville (Portrait of Harriet Husson Carville) 397 Oil on canvas 1904 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[406] Harriet Husson Carville.jpg
Mrs. Kern Dodge 398 Oil on canvas 1904 Private Collection. Los Angeles Thomas Eakins - Portrait of Mrs Kern Dodge Helen Peterson Greene.jpg
Mrs. Kern Dodge 399 Oil on canvas
Miss Beatrice Fenton (also known as "The Coral Necklace") 400 Oil on canvas 1904 Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio[172] The Coral Necklace.jpg
William R. Hallowell 401 Oil on canvas 1904 William Hallowell G401.jpg
Music 402 Oil on canvas 1904 Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York[407] Eakins, Music 1904.jpg
Sketch for Music 403 Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[408] Sketch for Music - The Violinist.png
The Violinist 404 Oil on canvas 1904 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[409] The Violinist G404.png
Samuel Myers 405 Oil on canvas 1904 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[410] Samuel Myers G405.jpg
Frank B.A. Linton 406 Oil on canvas 1904 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[411] Eakins, Frank Linton 1904.jpg
Mrs. Edith Mahon 407 Oil on canvas 1904 Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts[412] Edith Mahon.png
Rear-Admiral George W. Melville 408 Oil on canvas 1904 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[413] Portrait of Rear-Admiral George W. Melville, G408, by Thomas Eakins.jpg
William Murray 409 Oil on canvas c. 1904 William Murray G409.jpg
Mrs. Matilda Searight 410 Oil on canvas 1904 La Salle University art gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Matilda Searight G410.jpg
Edward Taylor Snow 411 Oil on canvas 1904 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[414] Portrait of Edward Taylor Snow.png
B.J. Blommers 412 1904 Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio[60] BJ Blommers G413.png
Mrs. B.J. Blommers 413 1904
Charles P. Gruppe 414 Oil on canvas 1904 22" × 18" Private Collection. New York Charles Gruppe.jpg
A. Bryan Wall 414A Oil Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine[415] A Bryan Wall.jpg
Joseph R. Woodwell 415 Oil on canvas 1904 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania[416] Joseph R. Woodwell G415.jpg
William H. MacDowell 416 Oil on canvas c. 1904 Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, New York[417] Eakins, William MacDowell 1904.jpg
Walter MacDowell 417 Oil on canvas c. 1904 Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia[373] Walter S Macdowell.jpg
William H. Lippincott 418 Late 1904 or early 1905
Edward W. Redfield 419 Oil on canvas 1905 National Academy of Design, New York City, New York Portrait of Edward Willis Redfield.jpg
Rear-Admiral George W. Melville 420 Oil on canvas 1905 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[418] Rear Admiral George W Melville G420.jpg
Mrs. George Morris 421 Oil on canvas 1905
Professor William Smith Forbes 422 Oil on canvas 1905 Deaccessioned from Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2007. Private collection Eakins Forbes.jpg
Charles L. Fussell 423 Oil on canvas c. 1905 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey[419] Charles L Fussell.png
Study for Charles L. Fussell 423A Oil on board c. 1905 Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, March 1, 2012; sold for $27,500.[420]
Charles Fussell G423A.jpg
Miss Florence Einstein 424 Oil on canvas 1905 Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire[421] Florence Einstein.png
Monsignor Diomede Falconio 425 Oil on canvas 1905 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[422] Eakins, Monsignor Diomede Falconia 1905.jpg
John B. Gest 426 Oil on canvas 1905 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, Texas[423] Portrait of John B Gest 1905 large.jpg
Asbury.W. Lee 427 Oil on canvas 1905 Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina[424] Eakins, Ashbury W Lee 1905.jpg
Miss Elizabeth L. Burton 428 Oil on canvas c. 1905 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota[60] Portrait of Elizabeth L Burton.jpg
Dr. Thomas H. Fenton 429 Oil on canvas c. 1905 Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware Dr.-Thomas-H.-Fenton-large.jpg
Mrs. Louis Husson (Annie C. Lochrey) 430 Oil on canvas c. 1905 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[425] Mrs Louis Husson.jpg
Maurice Feeley 431 Oil on canvas c. 1905 Deaccessioned from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, March 3, 2011; sold for $27,500[426]
Maurice Feely G431.jpg
Genjiro Yeto 432 1906
A Singer: Portrait of Mrs. W.H. Bowden 433 Oil on canvas 1906 Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey[427] A Singer - Portrait of Mrs. W.H. Bowden.jpg
A Singer: Portrait of Mrs. Leigo 434 Oil on canvas c. 1906 Berry-Hill Galleries, New York City, New York Eakins, Singer - Mrs Leigo 1906.jpg
Richard Wood 435 Oil on canvas 1906
Master Alfred Douty 436 Oil on canvas 1906 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California[428] Portrait of Master Alfred Douty.jpg
A Little Girl 437 Oil on canvas c. 1906 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[429] Portrait of a Little Girl.png
Monsignor James P. Turner 438 Oil on canvas c. 1906 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri[430] Monsignor James P. Turner G438.png
Sketches 439 Oil on cardboard Double sided: one side is a sketch for Monsignor James P. Turner.
The reverse is a sketch for William Rush and His Model (Honolulu), G-451. Related to G-454.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[431][432] Sketch for Portrait of Monsignor James P. Turner.png

Sketch for William Rush and His Model.jpg
Thomas J. Eagan 440 Oil on canvas 1907 Auctioned at Christie's NY, May 21, 1998; sold for $240,000.[433] Terra Museum, Chicago, Illinois[434] Portrait of Thomas Eagan.jpg
Dr. Albert C. Getchell 441 Oil on canvas 1907 North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina[60] Albert C Getchell.jpg
Dr. William Thomson 442 Oil on canvas 1907 Mütter Museum, College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Eakins Dr William Thomson G442.jpg
Dr. William Thomson (unfinished) 443 Oil on canvas National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[435][436] Eakins, Dr William Thompson 1907.jpg
Major Manuel Waldteufel 444 Oil on canvas 1907 Deaccessioned from French Benevolent Society of Philadelphia, 2003.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, May 21, 2008; sold for $289,000.[437]
Hirschl and Adler Galleries, New York Major Manuel Waldteufel.jpg
William Rush and His Model (Brooklyn) 445 Oil on canvas 1908 Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York City, New York[438] William Rush carving his Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill river.png
Sketch for William Rush and His Model (Brooklyn), G-445 446 Oil on wood 1908 8¾ × 10 William Rush Carving his Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River G446.jpg
Sketch for William Rush and His Model (Brooklyn), G-445 447 Oil on wood Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[439] William Rush Carving his Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River G447.jpg
Studies of Rush 448 Oil on wood Originally a collage with G-448A and G-448B until the images were split.[5]
Study of Rush 448A Oil on wood Originally a collage with G-448 and G-448B until the images were split.[5]
Study of Rush 448B Oil on wood Originally a collage with G-448 and G-448A until the images were split.[5]
Study of Rush
Study for William Rush and His Model (Brooklyn), G-445.
449 Oil on canvas Auctioned at Heritage Dallas, November 9, 2009; sold for $100,380.[440] Eakins Study for Rush G449.jpg
Study of the Negress (The Chaperone)
Study for William Rush and His Model (Brooklyn), G-445.
450 Oil on canvas c. 1908 National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC[441] The Chaperone - Thomas Eakins - G450.jpg
William Rush and His Model (Honolulu) 451 Oil on canvas 1907–1908 In Eakins Revealed (pp. 369–371), author Henry Adams claims that Eakins' friend, Miss Mary Adeline Williams (G-323), was the nude model for William Rush and his Model.
Related studies: G-445, G-446, G-447, G-452, G-453 and G-454.
Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii[442] William rush and his model thomas eakins.jpeg
The Model
Study for William Rush and His Model (Honolulu), G-451
452 Oil on canvas Auctioned at Sotheby's New York, May 22, 2008, sold for $1,273,000.[443] Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas[444] The Model G452.jpg
William Rush and His Model 453 Oil on canvas 1908 Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.[445] William Rush's Model.jpg
Study for "William Rush's Model" 454 Oil on canvas c. 1908 Related to G-439.
Deaccessioned from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Auctioned at Christie's New York, May 20, 2009; sold for $122,500.[446]
William Rush and his Model by Thomas Eakins.png
Miss Eleanor S.F. Pue 455 Oil on canvas 1907 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia[60] Eleanor S F Pue G455.png
Miss Rebecca MacDowell 456 Oil on canvas c. 1908 Miss Rebecca MacDowell G456.jpg
The Old-Fashioned Dress: Portrait of Miss Helen Parker 457 Oil on canvas c. 1908 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[447] Eakins, Miss Helen Parker 1908.jpg
Sketch for the Old-Fashioned Dress 458 Oil on cardboard Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[448] Sketch for the Old-Fashioned Dress G458.jpg
Study for the Old-Fashioned Dress 459 Oil on canvas 1908 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dietrich II[449][450] Study for the Old-Fashioned Dress G459.jpg
Mrs. Lucy Langdon W. Wilson 460 Oil on canvas 1908 Auction at Sotheby's NY, December 3, 1998; sold for $60,000.[451] Portrait of Lucy Langdon Williams Wilson.jpg
Mrs. Lucy Langdon W. Wilson 461 Oil on canvas Early 1909
Dr. William P. Wilson 462 Oil on canvas 1909
Dr. Henry Beates Jr. 463 Oil on canvas 1909
Henry Beates 464 Oil on canvas c. 1909
Edward A. Schmidt 465 Oil on canvas c. 1909
Reverend Cornelius J. O'Neill 466 Oil on canvas c. 1909
John J. Borie 467 Oil on canvas 1896-98 Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College,
Hanover, New Hampshire[452]
John J Borie G467.jpg
Mrs. Nicholas Douty 468 Oil on canvas 1910 Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida[60] Mrs Nicholas Douty G468.png
Dr. Gilbert Lafayette Parker 469 Oil on canvas 1910 Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, May 29, 1986; sold for $125,000.[453] Gilbert Parker G469.jpg
Mrs. Gilbert Parker 470 Oil on canvas 1910 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts[454] Eakins, Mrs. Gilbert Perker 1910.jpg
Gilbert Sunderland Parker 471 Oil on canvas 1910
Ernest Lee Parker 472 Oil on canvas 1910 Deaccessioned from the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Auctioned at Christie's NY, December 5, 2002; sold for $101,575.[455]
Ernest Lee Parker.jpg
President Rutherford B. Hayes 473 Oil on canvas 1912 or 1913 Philipse Manor Hall, Yonkers, New York Rutherford Hayes G473.jpg
Dr. Edward Anthony Spitzka 474 Oil on canvas c. 1913 Eakins' last painting.
This originally showed a full length Dr. Spitzka holding the cast of a brain. Sometime after it was cataloged in the 1933 Goodrich catalog (measuring 84×43½ inches), someone cut away the rest of the painting, leaving only the head and bust (30½×25? inches).[456]
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[457] Edward Anthony Spitzka.jpg
President Rutherford B. Hayes 475 1877 "Probably no longer in existence"
James L. Wood 476 c. 1890 "Probably no longer in existence"
William Rudolf O'Donovan 477 1891 or early 1892 "Probably no longer in existence"
Miss Emily Sartain 478 Sometime in the 1890s Thought to have been lost ("Probably no longer in existence".) Later rediscovered. Passed down through the Sartain family to the Babcock Galleries, and was sold to Rita and Daniel Fraad in 1957.
Auctioned at Sotheby's NY, December 1, 2004; sold for $170,000.[458]
Eakins, Study for Portrait of Miss Emily Sartain 1895.jpg
Miss Emily Sartain 479 Sometime in the 1890s "Probably no longer in existence"
Dr. Hugh A. Clarke 480 c. 1893 "Probably no longer in existence"
James MacAlister 481 c. 1893 "Probably no longer in existence"
Circus People 482 Before 1876 Sketch. "Probably no longer in existence"
Stewart Culin 483 c. 1899 "Probably no longer in existence"
Dr. George B. Wood 484 c. 1900 "Probably no longer in existence"
Dr. Patrick J. Garvey 485 Oil on canvas 1902 Thought to have been destroyed, rediscovered in 1959 St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania[128][363] Patrick J Garvey G485.jpg
Right Reverend Denis J. Dougherty 486 1903 Private Collection[459] Dennis Dougherty G486.jpg
Mother Patricia Waldron 487 1903 "Probably no longer in existence" – loaned by the Sisters of Mercy to William Antrim, who had been commissioned to paint a new portrait of Waldron. Antrim stored the portrait in the attic of his studio. The portrait was lost when the building was demolished.[460] For sketch, see above, G-375.
Mrs. Margaret Jane Gish 488 c. 1903 "Probably no longer in existence"
Robert C. Ogden 489 "Probably no longer in existence"
Dr. J. William White 490 1904 "Probably no longer in existence"
Adolphie Borie 491 c. 1910 "Probably no longer in existence"
Mrs. Charles Lester Leonard 492 1895 No longer in existence
Mrs. Hubbard 493 c. 1895 No longer in existence
Mrs. McKeever 494 1898 No longer in existence
Bishop Edmond F. Prendergast 495 Oil on canvas c. 1903 No longer in existence
Frank W. Stokes 496 1903 No longer in existence
Edward S. Buckley 497 1906 No longer in existence. According to Buckley's daughter: "It was so unsatisfactory that we destroyed it, not wishing his descendants to think of their grandfather as resembling the portrait."[461]
Studies for William Rush and His Model 498 Sculpture, pigmented wax 1876–1877 Five studies Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[462] William Rush study G498 2.jpg

William Rush study G498 3.jpg

William Rush study G498 4.jpg

William Rush study G498 5.jpg

William Rush study G498 6.jpg
The Mare "Josephine" 499 Sculpture, bronze 1878,
cast 1930
Height: 22.125 in (56.2 cm) Quarter-size model.
Josephine was the lead horse in The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand (G-133). Eakins and his students created a life-size plaster model of her in 1878. Following her natural death, c.1881, the carcass was dissected and used to create plaster écorché models for teaching equine anatomy.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Horse Skeleton 500 Sculpture, painted plaster 1878 11.25 x 14.375 x 2.125 in (28.5 x 36.3 x 5.3 cm) Eighth-size model.
A plaster cast is at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. A 1930 bronze cast is at the Butler Institute of American Art.[463]
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. The Mare Josephine Skeleton G500.jpg
The Mare "Josephine": Écorché 501 Sculpture, painted plaster 1882 22 x 24 x 4 in
(55.88 x 60.96 x 10.16 cm)
Quarter-size model.
An edition of 10 bronze casts was made in 1979. These are at the Hood Museum of Art, Harvard Art Museums, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and elsewhere.[464]
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.[465] Eakins Josephine Ecorche.jpg
The Mare "Josephine": Écorché 502 Sculpture, painted plaster 1882 22.25 x 31 x 3 in (56.52 x 78.74 x 7.62 cm) Quarter-size model.
A 1930 bronze cast is at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.[463]
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Four models of horses for The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand 503 Sculpture, bronze with marble bases 1879,
cast 1946
Lengths: 11.75 in (29.8 cm)
11.875 in (30.2 cm)
11.938 in (30.3 cm)
12.25 in (31.1 cm)[466]
Eighth-size models. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Spinning 504 Sculpture, painted plaster late-1882/ early-1883 21 x 17.375 x 4.25 in (53.24 x 44.133 x 10.8 cm) PAFA also owns an 1886 bronze cast.[467]
An 1886 bronze cast is at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.[181]
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[468] Spinning G504.jpg
Knitting 505 Sculpture, painted plaster 1881 20.75 x 17.25 x 4.5 in (52.7 x 43.82 x 11.43 cm) PAFA also owns an 1886 bronze cast.[469]
An 1886 bronze cast is at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.[181]
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[470] Knitting G505.jpg
Arcadia 506 Sculpture, painted plaster 1883 11.875 x 24.25 x 2.375 in (29.9 x 61.3 x 5.7 cm) Plaster casts are at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, and elsewhere. A 1930 bronze cast is in the collection of Jamie Wyeth. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[471] Arcadia G506.jpg
An Arcadian 507 Sculpture, painted plaster 1883 Susan Macdowell Eakins posed as the model. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 'An Arcadian' by Thomas Eakins, 1883, painted plaster.JPG
The Youth Playing the Pipes 508 Sculpture, painted plaster 1883 20.125 x 11.5 x 1.75 in (51 x 29.1 x 4.2 cm) Plaster casts are at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and elsewhere. A 1930 bronze cast is at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Youth Playing the Pipes G508.jpg
Abraham Lincoln's horse 509 Sculpture 1893–1894 William Rudolf O'Donovan modeled the figure of Abraham Lincoln.
Originally paired with G-509A in the 1933 Goodrich catalog.[5]
Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York City Lincoln bronze.jpg
General Grant's Horse 509A Sculpture, bronze 1892 William Rudolf O'Donovan modeled the figure of Ulysses S. Grant.
Originally listed as G-509 in the 1933 Goodrich catalog.[5]
Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York City Grant bronze.jpg

Clinker G509A.jpg
Full-size plaster model of Clinker.
Clinker 510 Sculpture, bronze 1892, cast 1930 6.25 x 6.25 x 2 in (15.8 x 15.8 x 4.9 cm) Sixteenth-size model. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[472]
Clinker 511 Sculpture, painted plaster 1892 25.34 x 25.34 x 4.5 in (65.4 x 65.4 x 11.4 cm) Quarter-size model.
A 1930 bronze cast is also at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[463] Clinker G511.jpg
Billy 512 Sculpture, plaster c. 1892–1893
The American Army Crossing the Delaware 513 Sculpture, bronze relief c. 1893 New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey[473]
The Opening of the Fight, The Battle of Trenton 514 Sculpture, bronze relief c. 1893 New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey[474]
Man on Horseback: Relief 514A Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.[5]
Mrs. Mary Hallock Greenewalt 515 Sculpture, bronze relief 1905 Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware Eakins 1905 Mary Hallock Greenewalt DAM.JPG

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Adams, Eakins revealed, 537
  2. ^ Foster, 1
  3. ^ Foster, 2–3
  4. ^ "Previous to Goodrich's monograph, only short essays on Eakins and checklists of his works had been published. NO monographic studies or commentaries on the artist appeared during his lifetime. Most notable of the early works on Eakins are Alan Burroughs' three articles which appeared in The Arts during 1923 and 1924 and Henri Marceau's essay and checklist (announcing the receipt of Susan Eakins' bequest). According to Goodrich, he was encouraged to write the Eakins monograph by close friend Reginald Marsh, an avid admirer of the older artist." – Milroy, 30, footnote 9
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins: Series VII. catalogue raisonné.
  6. ^ Rosenzweig, 23
  7. ^ [1][dead link]
  8. ^ Hendricks, 1974, 7
  9. ^ a b Rosenzweig, 24
  10. ^ [2][dead link]
  11. ^ [3][dead link]
  12. ^ Homer, 1980, Dietrich catalogue #13
  13. ^ Rosenzweig, 26
  14. ^ [4][dead link]
  15. ^ Rosenzweig, 27
  16. ^ [5][dead link]
  17. ^ Rosenzweig, 16 and 22
  18. ^ Foster, #5
  19. ^ Foster, 294–295
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  21. ^ Siegl, cat #16
  22. ^ Siegl, cat #19
  23. ^ Siegl, cat #18
  24. ^ "Philadelphia Museum of Art – Collections Object : Study of a Reclining Nude Woman". Philamuseum.org. Retrieved June 3, 2012. 
  25. ^ Siegl, cat #2
  26. ^ Siegl, cat #3
  27. ^ Siegl, cat #1
  28. ^ Foster, 236, footnote 8
  29. ^ National Gallery of Art, 36
  30. ^ "Man in a Turban". Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. Retrieved June 2, 2012. 
  31. ^ Fogg Museum Web entry for Nude woman reclining on a couch
  32. ^ Head of a Warrior; and Seated Nude: A Double-sided Work. Christie's auction website.
  33. ^ Homer, 2009, insert
  34. ^ Rosenzweig, 35
  35. ^ a b c d e "On the basis of Susan Eakins' opinion, Goodrich listed twelve paintings in his 1933 catalogue raisonne of Eakins' works which he identified as having been executed by the artist in Paris. All are small oil sketches measuring approximately eighteen by twelve inches in size: two studies from the antique; one of a ram's head and nine remaining studies from the male or female model. Of this dozen five have since disappeared, including the antique studies, the ram's head and two studies Goodrich described as portraits of an unidentified fellow student". Milroy 188–189. A chapter note for this paragraph says: "Goodrich, Thomas Eakins (1933) cat. nos. 19–30. Goodrich cat no. 23 (Study of a Girl's Head) is now in a private collection; no. 24 (Study of a Girl's Head) is in the Hirshhorn Museum; nos. 25–27 are in the Philadelphia Museum of Art and no. 30 (A Negress) is in the collection of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco." Adams, 149 is taken almost word-for-word from this thesis.
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