The Hudson River to Niagara Falls: 19th-Century American Landscape Paintings from the New-York Historical Society
In October 1825, Thomas Cole, a young, unknown artist, boarded a Hudson River steamboat at the New York City docks and traveled about 100 miles north to the village of Catskill, where he hiked into the mountains to sketch.
Upon his return the following month, he produced from his sketches three large landscape oil paintings of the Catskill wilderness that caught the attention of the New York art scene and launched an American art movement.
Selected masterworks of Cole and 11 other artists of the… Show more
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