Hudson River school

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the first coherent school of American art

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Following the lecture, guests will be invited to take a closer look at the Fruitlands collection of Hudson River School landscapes in the centennial exhibition, "100 Objects, 100 Stories, 100 Years at Fruitlands Museum.
Unlike the 19th-century Hudson River School artists, Obata was less interested in overwhelming the viewer than in fostering a one-on-one communion with nature," says Timothy Anglin Burgard, curator in charge of American art at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
So they've put together a guide to eight sites, creating the Hudson River School Art Trail.
The success of the Hudson River School, he argues, depended in part on artists' abilities to present images that incorporated the wildness, terror and sublimity of nature with more reassuring natural scenes familiar to tourists familiar with the length of the Hudson.
At first glance, Kim Keever's images look like something out of the Hudson River School, that period in American art when painters created landscapes as pristine as Eden.
Another gift was a painting titled "Indians in a Mountain Landscape," by the American artist Thomas Cole, a founder of the Hudson River School of landscape painting.
s first national school of art, the Hudson River School.
Kent Monkman: The paintings of the Hudson River School and the works of artists such as George Catlin and Paul Kane intrigue me.
Dan Attoe's narrative oil paintings recall the sublime landscapes of the Hudson River School, while depicting distinctive Northwest landscapes and angst-ridden contemporary experiences that are both personal and quintessentially American," Gately said.
Offerings will range from 18th century European works to 19th century Hudson River School and 20th century Pennsylvania Impressionists and Modernists, with Daniel Garber's "Spring Planting," a 28 x 30 inch landscape carrying an impressive exhibition history and provenance, bearing the sale's top estimate at US$400,000-600,000.
In that year, Thomas Cole, dean of the Hudson River School, traveled to the region to create what is most likely our first painting of Mount Washington: A View of the Mountain Pass Called the Notch of the White Mountains.
Different Views In Hudson River School Painting by Judith Hansen O'Toole (Director and CEO of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania) is an expansive and beautifully presented anthology of the art and the artists who pioneered the first native style of American landscape painting.
A large part of the expedition's fame came from its members, who included the Hudson River School artist Thomas Moran and photographer William Henry Jackson.
Hudson River School introduction by Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser (Yale: pounds 30) is again gorgeously illustrated and takes us through the work of American artists whose reverence and respect for their native land fits in with things you also find in the literature of the 19th century.
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