Old vintage pastel on paper drawing of a New England landscape in the fall, including a white 19th century house and a lone figure, 12" by 9" (15 1/2" by 12 1/2" framed), no glass, signed very faintly at lower right corner as (I believe) "F. Will" (or, T. Will, or T. or F. Wills). I do not think the artist is the listed Frank-Will. This particular scene seems to be after a well known original by a noted American artist. I have encountered versions of it by any number of artists, but have not learned or determined who created the original. There is damage at top corner, the paper having become brittle and traveled without glass or mat. One small piece is missing, and from that area there radiate several cracks in the paper about 4 inches in two separate directions. I think the missing area could be repaired perhaps even by an amateur, and the cracks would then be minimized, less visible.
Pastel drawing of New England autumn landscape signed