|Description||Small, horizontal, framed Serge Mendjisky painting; oil on canvas. Painting depicts a colorful landscape with several trees in a field, foliage in the background, and a yellow cottage on the right. Painting is an example of pointilism. It is signed by Serge Mendjisky on the front, bottom, right corner.|
This painting was created by Serge Mendjisky, a WWII French resistance fighter.
The painting was purchased by the Emile Walter Gallery in 1968, and later purchased by Gabriel Gilead, a Holocaust survivor, in the 1960s. It was donated by Bob Anderson on behalf of his cousin Gilead.