Medium: Watercolor on paper mounted on board

Signature: Signed lower left and right

Dimensions: 14in. h x 20in. w


"Alfred Mewitt had been on a trip to the little known Gaspé Peninsula and urged me, the next summer, to go there on a sketching trip. At the time, the region was practically unknown to tourists, and one felt the full spirit of its northern isolation, its wildness, and a quaintness and human existence so dominated by the force of the elements. There were wide horizons, portentous clouds and fogs, and the looming rocks and headlands. All these things fitted my color sense and watercolor technique." 

Catalog #164

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