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Twinkling lights on the distant shore mixed with dark tonal harmonies create a moody twilight landscape.
The expressive, linear brushwork may have been derived from the study of Asian painting.
Dabo described his landscapes as “pretexts for beautiful color arrangements.”
Samuel O. Buckner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; given to the John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis, Indiana, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, in 1907.