A beautiful landscape in the White Mountains of New Hampshire by American artist Arthur Merton Hazard (1872-1930). Hazard was born in North Bridgewater, Massachusetts, studied at the Cowles Art School in Boston, as well as with Duvenek in Cincinnati, and with Prinet and Blanc in Paris. He spent most of his career as the principal at the School of Painting from 1904-1917, then moving to California for health reasons, became active in the California art scene. Hazard was well known for his landscapes, portraits, and still life paintings. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled on verso label “#12, White Mountain Stream, 1922,” and housed in a decorative gilt Newcomb Macklin Frame. Dimensions: 36” h x 30” w, actual; 41” h x 35” w, framed.