Harvard Yard, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts painting by Harold Broadfield Warren (American, 1859-1934). Dated 1902. Watercolor on paper. Size: 9 3/4 inches x 6 5/8 inches (sight). Signed and dated in lower left. A peaceful rendering of one of the College's halls of residence within 'Harvard Yard,' Harvard College, painted in 1902. Harold Broadfield Warren was a landscape painter, illustrator and craftsman. Born in Manchester, England, on Oct. 16, 1859, he emigrated to the United States in 1876. He studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts under professor Charles H. Moore and Charles Eliot Norton of Harvard College. He served as a member of the faculty of architecture at Harvard from 1912-1930. He was also a member of the Copley Society; Boston Society of Watercolor Painters; American Federation of Arts; and the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts. In 1884, he exhibited a painting at the National Academy of Design in New York. He also exhibited in England at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, and at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. His works are part of the permanent collections of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Cleveland Museum of Art. He is best known for his watercolor landscapes, and he spent summers in Islesford, Maine and in Grafton, Vermont. He also traveled extensively, visiting Greece, Switzerland and the Rocky Mountains. He died in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1934.