Exhibited at Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Mass., June 6-12, 1932
"An October Day, this, when the colors seem too good to be true; the sky a dazzle of strong unrelieved blue, against which the fiery reds and golds of the trees compel attention in their autumnal splendor---a scene in which, as the artist himself has expressed it, he has "felt the pure essence of brilliant autumn."
"Fall Flame is an excellent nature study with a brilliant red tree in the foreground."
"What a story of the New England Autumn is Fall Flame, for here, truly are the flaming colors that give the New England foliage its coronal distinction in Autumn. That is a wonderful picture."