Painting was exhibited at Macbeth Galleries in New York City in April, 1932. Uncertain as to whether this was an oil painting or a chalk.
Came up for sale on e-bay in May 2007 and then was taken down. Allegedly has several tears in the canvas. Recognized to have been painted from the artist's home in Buckland looking up the valley toward Ashfield. It was later discovered that the real name is October Blaze.
The painting made an appearance at the 125th Exhibition with no tears or damage. The above image was taken at the show.