Quick Reference

Time Period:
Late 1930s

Location:
Unknown

Medium:
Oil on Canvas

Type:
Landscape

Gallery:
Roads & Streets

Size:
27 x 30, upright

Exhibited:
NA

Purchased:
Unknown

Provenance:
NA

Noteworthy:

The whereabours and name of this painting are currently unknown. Should you have any information please contact us.

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Featured Artwork: Unnamed: Valley Road

Additional Notes

Painting displayed next to the Southwick North Window
Painting displayed next to the Southwick
North Window. Picture was taken by RSW friend
F. Earl Williams in the late 1930s.

We do not know where we would be without F. Earl Williams' trigger happy camera. His photo collection, some of which remain in the Woodward estate, the rest in a collection attached to Woodward's Collection held by the Smithsonsian Museum, have helped us in the discovery of a number of paintings where no other record exist. This happens to be one of those paintings.




We would like to apologize for the poor quality of the image above. It was taken from the image to the right taken by Williams in the late 1930s. We had to do some manipulating of our capture just to simply present a closer look so that it could be identified someday. Should you have any information please contact us.




Williams was an amateur photographer and in many ways the unofficial documentarian of Woodward. He was one of the only people Woodward permitted to photograph him. Most of the images you see of Woodward on this website are of Williams' candid shots of his friend. More than that, Williams took a multitude of photographs of the Southwick Home & Studio, the Heath Pasture Studio, and the old mill Woodward affectonately called "the little shop." His contribution to keeping Woodward's legacy alive is immeasurable.