“But Winter or Summer makes no difference to Aldro T. Hibbard. In point of fact his pictures of the snow-clad mountains in Winter are just one ravishing glory of color and form. You feel as if you could live with these mountains and enjoy their changing color beauty every minute of the day and evening – and of the night. Looking at these pictures you feel, for the first time perhaps, as if you, too, were intimately acquainted with the over-powering color beauty of the mountains.”
- Boston Daily Globe, March 17, 1926, p. 13
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Mount Mansfield, Vermont demonstrates Aldro Hibbard's flair for composition, as he arranged the scene using a series of diagonals to guide the viewer’s eyes throughout the landscape, and also exemplifies his strong sense of light and shadow in rendering the snow-laden homes and fields.
Private collection, Newburyport, Massachusetts
Clarke Gallery, Rockland, Maine, with painting description