This is an oil on board painting of a small house in a forest landscape, apparently unsigned, in the general tradition of the Hudson River School, 13 1/2" by 21 1/2" plus gold framing about 1 1/2" on a side. The work could date from about 1900 to maybe the mid 1920's, I would think. It's a decorative work that gives the feeling of a more expensive painting, when viewed from a distance. There is soiling, some light abrasions, and a pressure crack in the board at extreme upper right----but nothing that is not commonly seen in a painting about 100 years old. The (newer) frame has losses as seen, at top left and right; you might want to replace, or, if you're handy, you might be able to restore it.
Old American landscape painting on board circa 1920