Hudson River School and Early American Art

Inspired by the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill, Adirondack, and White Mountains, early American landscape painters created an aesthetic vision that became the first defining art movement of the young United States.

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Bruce Crane
Sunset: Woods and Pond
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Winckworth Allan Gay
Seaside Homestead
circa 1870
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Worthington Whittredge
Near Bernardsville, New Jersey
circa 1865
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Frederick H. Clark
Vineyard Haven
1897
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Anton Otto Fischer
Hunter and Dog in Landscape
circa 1940
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Emile Albert Gruppe
Landsville Cove, MA. (Pigeon Cove)
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Leon Schulman Gaspard
Portrait d'enfant
circa 1920
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