Daniel Garber, In New Hope, 1930; ©Estate of Daniel Garber; Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The altered image below is probably a manipulated photo rather than a modern reproduction, although it could be a photo of a recent painting. In either case, the entire painting has been colored yellow for some reason, with extra contrast, both of which obscure the depth, variation and detail of the original. The museum's photo gives us a sense of a natural scene, with a clear sense of what the area looks like at that time of year. You can almost feel the crisp weather. The yellow version is just a flat townscape without emotion or sensation.
Altered version of a painting by Daniel Garber.
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