Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Series of 5 paintings depicting the prominences of the chromosphere of the sun. These were originally displayed on the west wall of the Pro-Astronomic Hall (and intended to be installed in the proposed Hall of Astronomy) along with two similar paintings, depicting the prominences observed during the eclipse of 1918, the "Heliosaurus" and the "Eagle."
Rocky landscape in foreground, Mars in half shadow in background. Inscription: On reverse "Mars as seen from its Inner Moon 'Phobos'."
Rocky landscape in foreground with Mars and stars in background. Inscription: Back "Mars as seen from its Outer Moon Deimos."
Rocky landscape with crater and the earth and stars in background.