"Painted prior to 1928. A canvas of the winter view of mountain, slope and group of trees (dominated by a tall winter cherry tree)
across the road from my 2nd studio that burned. Bought around 1927-8 by Mr. E. B. Robinette of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, and now owned by his widow.
Mr. Robinette was a very distinguished man, a close friend of Herbert Hoover and his head secretary during Mr. Hoover's First World War Relief Project"
"Mrs. E. B. Robinette, 12 East Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA, owns a 25 x 30 winter view from my north window at the old place (Hiram Woodward studio) which burned."
This is the same painting as the one listed as Winter.
This piece was exhibited at the 1928 J. H. Miller Co. Galleries Exhibition along with 37 other paintings and chalk drawings. Click on the article to the right to see the full article.
This is the same painting as the one listed as Winter. There
is also an "Unnamed" page. It is not clear to the administrators of the website if there are 3 separate paintings
or they are all simply the same painting. Furthermore, it is very possible that Winter From the
Studio Door is equally similar.
Currently (Feb. 2016) the website staff cannot find another exhibition where Winter has appeared. However, Winter From the Studio Door did appear at the Myles Standish Gallery in 1931. Finally, we could not find any exhibition where Winter From the Studio Window appeared despite documentation noting it.
Below Left: Is a scan of Winter From The Studio Window from what is believed to be an invitation and Below Right: Is reportedly a picture of the painting taken before it was hung at an exhibition.