Hudson River School and Early American Art

Inspired by the Hudson River Valley, the Hudson River School was founded by Thomas Cole in the mid-19th century, and consisted of a New York-based group of landscape painters. Other early American Art featured in artnet galleries includes portraiture, still lifes, and genre scenes.

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William Merritt Chase
Prospect Park: Brooklyn: A Sketch (In the Park)
circa 1886
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William Merritt Chase
Brighton Beach, Long Island
1886
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Richard Caton Woodville Sr.
Scene in a Bar-Room
1845
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Aiden Lassell Ripley
Woodcock Hunting and Houses in Summer (Double Sided)
1938
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Edward Moran
Ships in Moonlight
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Seymour Joseph Guy
Close Your Eyes
1863
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Ernest Parton
The Lily Pond
1891
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Worthington Whittredge
Autumnal Landscape: Near Kauterskill Clove
circa 1864-1865
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James-Goodwyn Clonney
A Good Breakfast
1852
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Ogden Minton Pleissner
Simpson Lake, Dubois, Wyoming
1929
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