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Earth, That is Sufficient (Willamette Valley)
Hallie Ford Museum of Art
Painted a few years after he settled in Salem, this scene of the Skyline Road area of Salem, as it appeared to the artist at the midpoint of the 20th century, is characteristic of Hall's passionate response to the Willamette Valley and Oregon, which he described as 'Eden Again.' From a nucleus of a homestead nestled in the distant center, the scene expands across the green, roadless terrain to encompass the Willamette River, mists suspended above
Earth, Farms, Hills, Landscape paintings, Landscapes (Representations), Oil paintings, Paintings, Rivers, Trees, Valleys