“Painted in 1947. The Halifax House shrouded in a band of trees in May foliage (the spring yellow elm, maple row, etc. ) with blue hills showing here and there in the brakes. Foreground of green weed-spotted mowing, three small apple trees in pink bloom against the home section, stone wall to the right, beneath maples a suggestion of white dusty roadway to extreme right.”
When the artist died this painting was at the Grand Central Art Gallery in N. Y. It is now privately owned.