Figures in a Landscape, 1902
16 in. x 22 in. (406.4 mm. x 558.8 mm.)
Frank Vincent DuMond,
(August 20, 1865–February 6, 1951)
Medium and Support:
oil on canvas
Florence Griswold Museum; Gift of Mrs. Roger Griswold
During DuMond's first years at Lyme, he produced a series of Tonalist landscapes populated with idealized figures. Art historian, Charles Eldredge has noted how DuMond's figures "appear like priestesses performing a ritual exercise in nature."