Watercolor and gouache small painting of a path between trees leading to a clearing beyond, 8" by 10" (12 1/2" by 14 1/2" as framed), signed at lower right by the noted Indiana impressionist, EDWARD SITZMAN (1874-1949). The artist, most closely associated with Indiana, is known for his watercolor and oil paintings of quiet landscapes, usually lacking figures. Watercolors are more commonly seen, the oils relatively scarce. The pleasant vintage gold frame can be retained, though the old acidic backing materials should be replaced (watercolor is loose under the glass). An old gold label of Closson's the Cincinnati art source and framer, has been retained. This was found in Roanoke, Virginia.