Arthur Dove is mostly known for his later work such as this. Click on this link for image and text.
Ice and Clouds, 1931
Oil on board, 19 1/2 X 26 3/4" (49.53 X 67.95 cm.)
However, Dove began a very significant career as an illustrator at an early age. These appeared in Scribner's Monthly Magazine for May 1906 in a story entitled "The Fourth Juror" by M'Cready Sykes. Click on each image to enlarge.
Personally, I can't imagine why an important museum such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, would be proud of including this in their collection. Many of us have thrown away better stuff than this.
Here's a link for some of Dove's prints.
Link to a story about Dove in the Smithsonian magazine.