Painting by Frederick John Widgery Written by Ellen Grace Olinger The Doone Valley in Winter, by Frederick John Widgery (1861 – 1942). Please visit the painting’s page, at Reusable Art – Breathing New Life Into Old Art, for more information. Like this:Like Loading... 8 thoughts on “Painting by Frederick John Widgery” The foreground of this painting looks like many of our clear cuts, single ‘wolf trees’ left standing. Jane LikeLike Hi Jane, Thank you for the information. Are new trees planted then? LikeLike Hi. Most of the time they plant new trees (many students earn money this way). Sometimes not, but re growth is usually vigorous, just no control over species in eventual forest. LikeLike Wow, this is gorgeous! LikeLike Hi Debbie, I’m happy you enjoyed the post. New for me too. LikeLike Oh, it’s gorgeous!! 🙂 LikeLike Dear Trini, I’m happy you enjoyed the post – a new artist and painting for me. I love the trees. LikeLike I love the snow!! 🙂 LikeLike Comments are closed.