“Village on the Gulf” (produced by Sampson-Matthews in 1947) offers a snow-bound image of Quebec. Looking through a sparse stand of birch trees, which cast crisp blue shadows on fresh mounds of powder snow, Robinson offers a view of a small village clinging to the bank of the St. Lawrence River as ice floes pass by in the distance.
|Large gold leaf frame with canvas matte||40” X 50”||20 lbs|
|Small gold leaf frame with canvas matte||30” X 38”||10 lbs|
|Large simple white wood frame||33” X 43”||10 lbs|
|Small simple white wood frame||22.5” X 30”||6 lbs|