Snow-covered road leading up to a covered bridge
Aldro T. Hibbard, Covered Bridge in Vermont (Road to Londonderry), oil on canvas, 24 x 28 in., Whistler House Museum of Art, Bequest of Theodore Edson Parker, 1943.11.072.
 Covered Bridge in Vermont, Road to Londonderry

Hibbard, Aldro Thompson (1886 – 1972)

 Creation Date 
 Date unknown

Physical Description/Subject Matter
Two horses pull a sled of snow-covered logs along a path towards a red and brown covered bridge. Trees divide the path from a yellow and red house on the left, also covered in snow. Beyond the bridge, there are more wooden buildings and barren trees across a mountain hillside. Also called The Road to Londonderry, Hibbard shows a small rural Vermont village with freshly fallen snow leading to the town of Londonderry, Vermont.

 Dimensions (Measurements Description)
 h: 24 in., w: 28 in. (h: 60.96 cm, w: 71.12 cm)

 Object Type 


 Material(s) Description
 Oil on canvas

 Affiliated School
 Boston School

 On display

 Credit Line 
 Bequest of Theodore Edson Parker, 1943

 Object Number 


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