Tryon's landscapes of late October and early November in New England, like this one, reflect his interest in the French Barbizon school and contrast with the bright colors of high autumn painted by Hudson River school artists such as George Loring Brown and Jasper Francis Cropsey. With its rows of trees along the entire horizon line, "October Dawn" repeats a customary composition in Tryon's paintings of this era.


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