Over the span of 40 years, from the 1850's to the 1890's, artist Charles Louis Heyde created a pictorial language to represent the grandeur of Vermont's mountains against the peacefulness of the domesticated, rural landscape. Heyde's landscapes, once well known in Vermont, faded from public view. The University of Vermont's Fleming Museum is proud to present this retrospective which brings together some of his finest works to be rediscovered by new audiences.