The Progress of Spring by Charles Daniel Ward (1872-1935), in the Dahesh Museum, New York, NY. A stunning, framed replica on artists’ grade canvas. The reverie of a new spring day blooms with almost magical color and image in this work inspired by Virgil’s pastoral poem, “Georgics.” British artist Ward evokes the sweet memories of love’s most enduring season. Our authentic stretched canvas replica captures the original painting’s texture, depth of color, and even its subtle brushstrokes, which are applied by hand. Our imported, burnished gold acanthus leaf hardwood frame includes a solid brass museum plate etched with the title and the artist’s name. Charles Daniel Ward (1872-1935) Englishman Charles Daniel Ward painted, in oil, portraits, figures and landscapes. Ward exhibited his many works at the Royal Academy between 1898 and 1932. The Roman writer Virgil, particularly his pastoral poem, The Georgics, inspired The Progress of Spring, exhibited in 1905 at the Royal Academy.