||"Vermont's spectacle of fall color warms the spirit as if offering encouragement to endure cold winter months to come." since the 60's , illustrator Fritz has called New England his home. He describes an archaic charm throughtout the region that derives from an austere people bound to a challenging yet wonderfully picturesque landscape. Dumvilles art has appeared in some of the nations most prestifiou publications. He is best known for a decade of work in Gourmet magazine. His immediate pencil and watercolor style hearkends back to the work of old masters including Tiepolo and Rodin. Dumville suggests there is an intimate scale unique to New England, one that stems from the rise and fall of the land and the seasons that antimate it . Seen here, a Vermont dairy farm displays fall's fiery colors aover a chilly river, and a round barn expresses the Yankee inclination toward innovation and independence.