Milton Avery’s 1936 painting titled “Vermont Hills” is a post-impressionist landscape oil painting on canvas measuring 38 5/16 x 54 1/2 x 2 inches. Avery’s creative process for this piece involved sketching en plein air, creating watercolors, and completing the oil painting in his studio.
The artist is famous for his depictions of nature, including “Gaspe Pink Sky,” “Checker Players,” “Green Sea,” “Sea Grasses and Blue Sea,” and “Black Sea.” Avery’s works are categorized under Post-War & Contemporary art, and his auction performances are tracked for this category. Additionally, a custom oil painting reproduction of “Vermont Hills” is available.
“Vermont Hills” is similar to another Avery painting titled “Vermont Landscape” from the same year. The former is currently part of the collection at the Rose Art Museum. Overall, the painting showcases Avery’s mastery of colors, with expressive brushstrokes, blending, and contrasts to depict the beauty of Vermont hills.