"This is the most brilliant of the four in color and character and yet this print looks considerably weak. The snow is brilliant, white-dashed with occasional color, the foreground shadow tense violet-blue, the evergreens dark and rich and the sky a cold blue-green of winter. This has almost the full power of an oil painting. The relations and values are much more striking than this print seems to indicate."
It is very unusual for RSW to have photographed a chalk drawing.
This is a chalk of the same subject as the previous oil painting named Winter (36 X 42)