As you can see, both paintings were done at the same place, and at the same time. Obviously, someone has the dating incorrect, but I don't know which.
De Glehn, with his easel,
is to the
left of Sargent's and he is painting the right corner (of Sargent's
De Glehn chooses not to paint the mules. The door beyond the arched
in Sargent's painting is closed whereas it is opened in de Glehn's.
is also an additional water bucket in de Glehn's so there may have been
some changes of the setting (people moving in and out) over the time