Why We Love It
Though one of the lesser known among the artists of the New Hope colony, Leith-Ross was an accomplished painter, and this landscape bears all the hallmarks of his Pennsylvania impressionist style, particularly the clear high-key palette and lively brushwork, which he employed here to capture the dappled sunlight in this charming autumn scene.
Harry Leith-Ross is another of our favorite artists who, in our opinion, is still under-recognized and under-priced. Impressionist works such as this one are always in demand, and this picture offers an opportunity to acquire one at a very reasonable price. This painting is in perfect condition.