Signed and dated lower left: “Molly Luce ’31”. Exhibition labels verso.
The first of Molly Luce’s large paintings. This canvas depicts a winter scene in Belmont, MA. Luce wrote of the painting: “The most stunning so far. This is my most popular canvas (Oct. ’33) deservedly, I think.”
Catalogue of The Forty-Fifth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture, The Art Institute of Chicago (1932), No. 117.
Art Stories: Book Two, Life-Reading Service, Chicago (1934), p. 89.
The Thirty-Ninth Annual Exhibition of American Art, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, April 30 – May 29, 1932.
American Paintings and Sculpture: Forty-Fifth Annual Exhibition, The Art Institute of Chicago, Oct. 27, 1932 – Jan. 2, 1933, No. 117.
Traveling American Art Show and Boston Art Club, 1933
Molly Luce: Eight Decades of The American Scene, Traveling Exhibition, 1981-1983, Museum of Our National Heritage, Lexington, MA; Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT; Watson Gallery, Wheaton College, Norton, MA; Museum of Art, Science & Industry, Bridgeport, CT; Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH; The Art Association of Newport, Newport, RI; Lowe Art Center, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; Westmoreland County Museum, Greensburg, PA; Canton Art Institute, Canton, OH; Albrecht Art Museum, St. Joseph, MO; Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS; Anglo American Museum, Baton Rouge, LA; Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN; Childs Gallery, New York, NY.