An adobe village is the subject of this original watercolor by H. K. Crook. With its layering and geometric shapes this watercolor has a bit of Cubist influence. The straight lines of the buildings contrast with the gentle curve of the Native American pottery in the foreground. There is a handsome color palette of ivory, terracotta, slate, and red, The watercolor is framed and double matted in camel and brown. The framed dimensions are 21.5 inches by 17.5 inches, The watercolor itself is 14.5 inches by 10.5 inches.