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In Skondovitch's early art career in New York, the reviews of his work often referred to his landscapes.  The New York Times' Dore Ashton wrote, "Alfred Skondovitch shows moody, often stirring impressions of nocturnal landscapes." Another wrote in preparation of the Ten American Painters show, "His landscapes, which are very small and jewel-like, have the quality of a place not seen, but a place remembered after long absence." Toward the end of his life Skondovitch vowed to return to landscapes, and he did. They are small and jewel-like, as they were in the 1950s.

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