"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."
Right: It is very unusual for RSW to have photographed a chalk drawing, however, there was one for this drawing, seen to the right.
This is a chalk of the same subject as the previous oil painting (alphabetically) named Winter (36 X 42)
This image of Winter Afternoon, Chalk recently came to us (Feb 2015) by way of a relative to the current owner. We appreciate their efforts and time to help us.