Exhibited at Mount Holyoke College, Dwight Art Memorial, South Hadley, Mass., Nov. 1--20, 1931
"White Clouds is a picture which will appeal to those who have been fortunate enough to have seen the luminous beauty of such a sky on a clear Summer day in the hills."
"White Clouds is now being exhibited in one of the windows of the Myles Standish Galleries. A shoulder of the Berkshires is seen over a disordered stone wall and an old road. The mountains are framed in the full bloom of old apple trees. Above the trees and the majestic mountains, flocks of cumuli repeat the pattern of the trees against a chromatic sky. There is no fussiness or over-detail: the man who painted this canvas is glad to be alive!"