Museum of Fine Arts in Boston
Oil on canvas
74.0 x 93.5 cm (29 1/8 x 36 13/16 in.)
Bequest of Arthur Tracy Cabot
It is thought that this painting by Monet is the one that is seen in John Singer Sargent's painting of Monet painting by the edge of a wood:
Special thanks to Philip Resheph, of London, a friend of the JSS Gallery, for sending me the image of the painting.
December 1885, sold by the artist to Durand-Ruel, Paris [see note 1]. 1886, with Bernheim-Jeune, Paris. 1886, with Durand-Ruel, New York. 1897, J. Eastman Chase Gallery, Boston. By 1899, acquired by Lilla Cabot Perry (b. 1848 - d. 1933) for her brother, Arthur Tracy Cabot (b. 1852 - d. 1912), Boston [see note 2]; by inheritance to his widow, Susan Shattuck Cabot; 1942, bequest of Arthur Tracy Cabot to the MFA. (Accession Date: November 12, 1942)
footnotes on provenance:
 The provenance given here (through 1897) is taken from Daniel Wildenstein, "Monet: catalogue raisonné" (1996), vol. 3, cat. no. 995.  According to a letter from Henry L. Shattuck to W. G. Constable of the MFA (November 23, 1942; in MFA curatorial file), Lilla Cabot Perry acquired this painting for her brother. He lent it to the exhibition "A Loan Exhibition of Pictures by Claude Monet," St. Botolph Club, Boston, February 6 - 23, 1899, cat. no. 2.