Fifth Exhibition of Works by Members of the London Group, Goupil Gallery, London, November–December 1916 (109, as ‘Portrait of Mrs Mounter’).
Sixth Exhibition of the London Group, Mansard Gallery, Heal’s, London, April–May 1917 (41, as ‘Portrait of Mrs Mounter’).
Tenth Exhibition of the London Group, Mansard Gallery, Heal’s, London, April–May 1919 (no number).
Memorial Exhibition of Works by the Late Harold Gilman, Leicester Galleries, London, October 1919 (9 or 21, both as ‘Mrs Mounter’).
Contemporary British Art, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, October–December 1928 (167, as ‘My Landlady’).
The Hugh Blaker Collection, Platt Hall, Rusholme, Manchester, May–June 1929 (53), Brighton Art Gallery and Museum, September–October 1929 (26).
The Camden Town Group, Leicester Galleries, London, January–February 1930 (16).
Paintings by Harold Gilman 1876–1919, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, September–October 1934 (12, as ‘Mrs Mounter’).
A Selection from the Tate Gallery’s Wartime Acquisitions, National Gallery, London, April–June 1942 (35), (Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts tour), Royal Exchange, London, July–August 1942, Cheltenham Art Gallery, September 1942, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, October 1942, Galleries of Birmingham Society of Arts, November–December 1942, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, January–February 1943, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, February–March 1943, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, March–April 1943, Manchester City Art Gallery, April–May 1943, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, May–June 1943, National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, June 1943, Glasgow Museum and Art Gallery, Kelvingrove, July 1943, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, August 1943 (16).
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 (13, reproduced), Musée des Beaux-Arts, Berne, August 1946, Akademie der Bildenen Künste, Vienna, September 1946, Narodni Galerie, Prague, October–November 1946, Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw, November–December 1946, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Rome, January–February 1947 (12, reproduced).
Tate Gallery 1897–1947: Pictures from the Tate Gallery Foundation and Exhibition of Subsequent British Painting, Tate Gallery, London, May–September 1947 (5317, reproduced pl.9).
Modern British Pictures from the Tate Gallery, (Arts Council tour), Leicester Museum and Art Gallery, September–October 1947, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, October–November 1947, Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, November–December 1947, Bristol City Art Gallery, January–February 1948, Russell-Cotes Art Gallery, Bournemouth, February–March 1948, Brighton Art Gallery and Museum, March–April 1948, Plymouth Art Gallery, April–May 1948, Castle Museum, Nottingham, May–June 1948, Huddersfield Museum and Art Gallery, June–July 1948, Aberdeen Art Gallery, July–August 1948, Salford Art Gallery and Museum, August–September 1948 (6, reproduced).
British Painting 1700–1960, (British Council tour), Pushkin Museum, Moscow, May–June 1960, Hermitage Museum, Leningrad, June–July 1960 (93).
London Group 1914–64: Jubilee Exhibition, (Arts Council tour), Tate Gallery, London, July–August 1964, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, August–September 1964, Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery, October 1964 (16).
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 (76, reproduced on front cover).
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, July 1984–November 1985 (long loan).
An Ordinary Life: Camden Town Painters, Aberdeen Art Gallery, November 1998–January 1999 (12).
Harold Gilman and William Ratcliffe, Southampton City Art Gallery, April–July 2002 (no number).
Modern Painters: The Camden Town Group, Tate Britain, London, February–May 2008 (55, reproduced).