Quick Reference

Time Period:
Prior to 1918

Location:
Possibly the Keach Farm
Buckland Center

Medium:
Oil on Canvas

Type:
Landscape

Category:
Farms

Size:
Unknown


Purchased:
Unknown

Provenance:
NA

Noteworthy:

"...Hill Farm panoramic without being grandiose." The Boston Herald

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Additional Notes

Boston Evening Transcript
The Boston Evening Transcript, October 18, 1918

To the Right- Boston Evening Transcript, Oct. 18, 1918:

"Robert S. Woodward's Hill Farm (26) is a very interesting landscape painted in the Berkshire hills. The Falll Fires (24) is especially captivating in its uncompromising veracity, its portraiture of a novel and beautiful motive with its foreground of ledges, farmyard, barns and farmhouse, perched on a slope which leads the eye down to a broad and sweet valley and the hills beyond it, diapered by cloud shadows and, as it were, sleeping in the sunshine."


Springfield Republican, April 1922
Boston Herald, 1918

To the left- The Boston Herald :

"Robert Strong Woodward; whose habitat would appear to be western Massachusetts, has a remarkably able mountain picture called Hill Farm, panoramic without being grandiose."