Connecticut River near Hanover, New Hampshire, (painting)
Carter, M. L.
Oil on canvas
Dartmouth College Hood Museum of Art Hanover New Hampshire 03755
Antiques (Nov. 1985): pg. 1023.
Hood Museum of Art collection printout, 2006.
Scene probably depicting Blood Brook (now Bloody Brook), which joins the Connecticut River just south of the town of Lewiston, now a part of Norwich, Vermont. The bridge in the distance connects Norwich with Hanover, New Hampshire, then a rural college community. In the foreground a man with a walking stick stops to talk to a man on a horse, and farther down the road there is a man driving a cart pulled by a white horse.
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums