Post-Impressionist and Futurist Exhibition, Doré Galleries, London, October 1913 (52, as ‘A Bridge in Norway’).
The Second Exhibition of Works by Members of the London Group, Goupil Gallery, London, March 1915 (26, as ‘Flekkefjord’).
Exhibition of Works by Members of the Cumberland Market Group, Goupil Gallery, London, April–May 1915 (6, as ‘A Bridge, Norway’).
Empire Exhibition, Johannesburg Art Gallery, September 1936–January 1937 (426, as ‘Canal Bridge’).
An Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, (British Council tour), Instytut Propogandy Sztuki, Warsaw, January–February 1939, Taidehalli-Konsthallen, Helsingfors, March 1939, Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm, April–May 1939 (25, as ‘The Canal Bridge’).
The Camden Town Group, (Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts tour), Wakefield Museum and Art Gallery, July 1944, Jordans School, Chalfont St Giles, August 1944, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, August–September 1944, Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, September–October 1944, Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport, October–November 1944, Reading Museum and Art Gallery, December 1944, Hanley Public Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, January–February 1945 (17, as ‘The Canal Bridge, Norway’).
Modern British Pictures from the Tate Gallery, (British Council tour), Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, January–February 1946, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, March 1946, Raadhushallen, Copenhagen, April–May 1946, Musée du Jeu de Paume, Paris, June–July 1946, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Berne, August 1946, Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna, September 1946, Narodni Galerie, Prague, October–November 1946, Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw, November–December 1946, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Rome, January–February 1947 (13, but 14 in Paris).
Tate Gallery 1897–1947: Pictures from the Tate Gallery Foundation and Exhibition of Subsequent British Painting, Tate Gallery, London, May–September 1947 (3684, as ‘The Canal Bridge’).
Harold Gilman 1876–1919, (Arts Council tour), Arts Council, London, January–December 1954, Manchester Art Gallery, November–December 1954, Tate Gallery, London, May–June 1955 (20a, not listed in catalogue).
Harold Gilman 1876–1919: An English Post-Impressionist, The Minories, Colchester, March 1969, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, April–May 1969, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, May–June 1969 (20, as ‘The Bridge, Flekkefjord’, reproduced).
Harold Gilman 1876–1919, (Arts Council tour), City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, October–November 1981, York City Art Gallery, November 1981–January 1982, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, January–February 1982, Royal Academy of Arts, London, February–April 1982 (41).
Paint & Painting: An Exhibition and Working Studio Sponsored by Winsor & Newton to Celebrate Their 150th Anniversary, Tate Gallery, London, June–July 1982 (no number, reproduced p.89).
Lucien Pissarro et le post-impressionisme anglais, Musée de Pontoise, November 1998–March 1999, Chateau-Musée, Dieppe, March–June 1999 (65, reproduced).
Harold Gilman and William Ratcliffe, Southampton City Art Gallery, April–July 2002 (no number, reproduced).
Modern Painters: The Camden Town Group, Tate Britain, London, February–May 2008 (4, reproduced).
A Countryman in Town: Robert Bevan and the Cumberland Market Group, Southampton City Art Gallery, September–December 2008, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, January–March 2009 (no number).