“Painted 1948. My winter window shelf of the little South East window back of the easel painted so many times. Outside the apple orchard under rather heavy snow (gray day) and a few icicles; inside to the left of the shelf blossoming red geranium in brown pot, tin candlestick and candle, and book, and to the right a little horn of plenty dish, glass bird in front of apple-green and dark blue small bottles, an open old book, and, very prominently, my red and orange Sandwich glass lamp, with an old-fashioned, unfluted chimney. Distinctive among the several canvases I’ve made of this window because of the red lamp. Sold at the So. Vt. Artists Exhibition, Manchester, Vt. to Mrs. P.H.B. Frelinghuysen.”
The red lamp remains in the artist's studio.
As of November 2013, we know that Mr. F. B. Frelinghuysen had purchased 9 other Woodward paintings and 2 chalks, they are as follows: