Oil on canvas, c. 1912-1913, signed 'M. Russell' and indistinctly dated lower right, with a study on the reverse. 20 x 24 in., 27 x 31 in. (frame).
Note: This painting was most likely produced during the years 1912-1913 when Russell was in a period of creative exploration. Synchrony is a state in which things happen, move or exist at the same time. Through studies such as this one, Russell was working with the interplay of light, color and form and how they relate and react to each other. Russell later transitioned from his synchronist abstractions to more figurative imagery based on classicism.