An ethereal misty landscape in gouache or watercolor on paperboard by Harry Spiers(American 1869-1847). The painting shows the influence of the Barbizon School. Spiers was born in Sussex, UK. He lived in Ontario for a time, then Boston where he probably lived when this painting was done in 1923. He trained at the Academie Julian under Henri-Lucien Doucet, and then later in Boston became a member of the Boston Society of Water Color Painters. He exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1917. He did solo shows at the galleries of Leonard and Company in Boston in 1918 and in 1920 at the Babcock Art Gallery in New York. The painting is in excellent condition with no repair or restoration. It is in a later frame and is under glass. Measures 22" X 29.5"unframed and 25.5" X 33"framed.