The Hudson River School: American Landscape Artists
Color portfolio of American landscape paintings of the Hudson River School with commentary on some of the movement's leading artists, such as Thomas Cole and Frederic Church, whose works provided some of the first documentation of the fledgling nation's wilderness areas.
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Academy of Design Albert Bierstadt American artists American landscape American Paintings American scenery Amon Carter Museum Asher Brown Durand Boston Britain Museum Cache La Poudre Catskills cliffs clouds coastal Cole and Durand Cole's Colorado composition Course of Empire depictions detail Doughty's England engraver Europe European Fitz Hugh foreground Frederic Edwin Church Gallery of Art Gift Green River Hayden's Heade's Hudson River School Inness's Irving J. M. W. Turner Jarves John Frederick Kensett Karolik Collection landscape art landscape painting Luminism Luminist Martin Johnson Heade Metropolitan Museum Munson-Williams Proctor Institute Museum of American Museum of Art National Academy National Museum nature oil on canvas panorama Poudre River Quidor Rocky Mountains Romanticism Rome Ruskin scene shows sketches Storm style sublime Tenth Street Building Thomas Cole Thomas Doughty Thomas Moran tourist trees unlike Cole view of Niagara viewer Voyage Washington Allston West William Worthington Whittredge Wyoming Territory Yellowstone Yosemite Valley