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High Point: Shandaken Mountains

High Point/ Shandaken Mountains, Asher Brown Durand (American, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.

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Pinturas de James McDougal Hart!

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Cole and Durant

Freshen Your Home for the New Year {part III

Kindred Spirits, Asher Brown Durand, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Lake Losepe by William Mason Brown

Lake Losepe by William Mason Brown

The Mountain Ford, 1846 Thomas Cole

Artist: Thomas Cole (American, Lancashire Catskill, New York). Dimensions: 28 x 40 in.

Thomas Cole. The Oxbow (The Connecticut River near Northampton) (1836)

View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm, commonly known as The Oxbow Thomas Cole [WSJ

The Course of Empire: Desolation - Thomas Cole - WikiPaintings.org

Thomas Cole Saint John in the Wilderness oil painting for sale; Select your favorite Thomas Cole Saint John in the Wilderness painting on canvas or frame at discount price.

Robert Scott Duncanson, Landscape with Rainbow, c. 1859, Hudson River School, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.

Robert Scott Duncanson, Landscape with Rainbow, c. 1859, Hudson River School, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.

Albert Bierstadt - WikiArt.org Valley of the Yosemite.

Albert Bierstadt Valley of the Yosemite, 1864 - Now on display at the McClung County Museum of Art: “Masterpieces of American Landscape from The Museum of Fine Arts Boston”.

Parke holds a deep respect for the long held traditions of representational art. As a painter of western landscapes, Parke is strongly influenced by the Hudson River School. His objective is not to copy what he sees, but to capture the emotion. The result is a sensitive depiction of nature, best described as a romantic landscape.

Parke holds a deep respect for the long held traditions of representational art. As a painter of western landscapes, Parke is strongly influenced by the Hudson River School. His objective is not to copy what he sees, but to capture the emotion. The result is a sensitive depiction of nature, best described as a romantic landscape.

Asher Brown Durand, The Catskills, 1859, Walters Art Museum, reflects the "sublime landscape" approach employed by the Hudson River school of painting.[8]

Asher Brown Durand, The Catskills, Walters Art Museum, reflects the "sublime landscape" approach employed by the Hudson River school of

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