“Painted about 1931 or 2. View from flat of Hoosac Tunnel depot, of hills of the old Hoosac mountain road and the new Mohawk Trail.”
"June Hills, solid rounds of green splashed with sun and shadow, is a rather unusual composition and had it been slightly less literal in its execution would have been an interesting step forward in the career of this artist."
".....and pleasing, if yet disconcertingly compositionally unbalanced, are the June Hills that swell and roll beneath a deep blue sky, whose banked clouds, incidentally, make valiant but unavailing effort to halt the downward rush of the directing line of horizon."
The painting is privately owned.