A fine winter landscape by American artist Earle A. Titus (1895-1962). Titus was born in Woodsville, New Hampshire, studied at the New School of Design in Boston with John Douglass Connah and Vesper George, and became friends with Aldro Hibbard, painting throughout Northern New England. Titus was also an illustrator for Saturday Evening Post and Boston Post Magazines, and a member of the Copley School of Art Society. He became known for his landscape and seascape paintings. Oil on panel, signed lower left, titled inscribed on verso “March Day, Ammunoosic (sp) River Bath, NH 1957 by Earl A. Titus,” and housed in a molded and painted wooden frame. Dimensions: 24” h x 32” w, actual; 30 1/2” h x 38 1/4” w, framed.