This painting titled "Waterfall in Småland by Marcus Larson portrays a waterfall littered with boulders and fallen trees on a stormy, dark, and cloudy day. On one side of the waterfall is a path with a bridge that runs along the edge nearby forest. While on the other side of the waterfall in the distance on the hill is a village. Larson depicts movement in the painting in the placement of boulders, fallen trees, and curvature banks surrounding the waterfall. Larson also shows movement in the blowing of the trees in the background in the same direction that the clouds are moving. The trees and clouds are angled towards the vanishing point, the horizon, in the top right portion of the painting. The proportion and scale of the clouds in the foreground in contrast to the scale of the clouds near the vanishing point give the illusion of a great distance between the waterfall and the village due to the perspective.