"Painted 1946. Out the south west window of my double studio windows in blossom time with the pear tree in bloom. A canvas of pale spring greens and yellows. Outside the pear tree over the gray-green walls and roof of the storage shed, above which is Williams' white house with tall maples over it in early green foliage. On the window shelf, from left to right, is my dark brown glazed pottery cat, a small budded geranium in brown pot, tin candlestick, green glass slipper against dark brown small tea caddy, with far to the right, pale yellow glass hat, tall pink geranium in green pot holder and part of a book lying flat under a corner of the begonia plant. Pink geranium against the orange-red window curtain. A very spring like canvas in subtle greens. Through Harold Grieve, sold to Dr. Marshall A. Carter, 405 North Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, California, and hanging in the windowless reception or waiting room of his professional office."