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Hudson River School oil painting by Worthington Whittredge will headline Ahlers & Ogletree's Jan. 14-16 auction


ArtfixDaily - Nov 15, 2016
There, he met and befriended Albert Bierstadt and later Sanford Gifford; both would also go on to become leading Hudson River School painters. He spent nearly ten years in Europe, finally returning to the United States in 1859 and establishing an art ...
 

Thomas J. Perkins Estate, Important Hudson River School Fine Art, and Rare Vintage Couture Collection Lead Clars ...


ArtfixDaily - Oct 31, 2016
The Hudson River School was one of the most important 19th century American art movements, which consisted of a small group of the most talented and trained landscape artists whose aesthetic vision was influenced by Romanticism and the meticulous ...
 

Meet the Hudson River Museum's new director


The Journal News | LoHud.com - Nov 14, 2016
About 28 percent of the museum's visitors come from New York City and many patrons come for the museum's permanent collection, whose core focuses on the the Hudson River's landscape and the Hudson River School painters. Turchinsky said part of her ...
 

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Attributed to George Inness Tonalist Hudson River School Oil on Board


 

Antique 19thC American Hudson River School O/C Landscape Oil Painting Gilt Frame


 

Hudson RIver School Artist Hugh Bolton Jones (1848-1927) Signed Oil On Canvas


 

Charles W. Knapp (1823-1900) Oil Canvas Hudson River School Painting Antique Art


 

Hudson River School c19thC Original Oil On Canvas Lakeside Landscape Painting


 

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Hudson River School books

The Hudson River School: Nature and the AmericanVision


by: New-York Historical Society, Linda S. Ferber
In the mid-1800s, a group of painters based in New York turned their focus to the theme of the natural landscape to demonstrate the beauty of the wilderness. Their work enjoyed a popular national success that no other group of artists has achieved since. This seminal survey of the artists marks the first presentation of the outstanding collection at the New-York Historical Society. It features works by all the greatest artists of the group, including Thomas Cole, Asher Durand, Albert Bierstadt, and Frederic Church.
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Thomas Cole: The Artist as Architect


by: Annette Blaugrund, Franklin Kelly, Barbara Novak
At the height of his career as the leader of the Hudson River School of American landscape painting, Thomas Cole listed himself in the New York City Directory as an architect. Why would this renowned painter, who had never before designed a building, advertise himself as such?
 
The importance of Cole’s paintings and the significance of his essays, poems, and philosophy are well established, yet an analysis of his architectural endeavors and their impact on his painting has not been undertaken—until now.
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Treasures from Olana: Landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church


by: Kevin J. Avery
"The wide variety of selections from Frederic Edwin Church's collection of his own paintings shows the master in all phases of his career, in sketches and finished paintings, depicting the breadth of his subjects and the high technical skills that established him as an eminent and influential artist in his own time. As works he held on to or reacquired and kept in his house during his lifetime, they embody the heart of his artistic vision and convey a deeply personal slant. As pictures he hung and lived with at Olana, they tell the larger story of that extraordinary place and are as illuminating when seen in context as on their own.
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Ralph Albert Blakelock


by: Abraham Davidson
While Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847-1919) appears in every major survey of American art, no current books exist on his life and work. In this comprehensive study, Abraham Davidson argues convincingly that Blakelock is one of the greatest American painters of the nineteenth century, whose art ranges from the romantic visionary school reminiscent of Albert Pinkham Ryder to, later in his tragic life, a more realistic, physically experimental style often touching on abstraction. Davidson examines the haunting influences of Blakelock's visits to the American West and the Caribbean while a young man, reflected in his strikingly original landscapes.
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The Establishment of an American Landscape and the Hudson River School


Presented by Beyond the Notes (http://beyondthenotes.org), a multimedia guide to music and art. Art historian Linda S. Ferber describes the importance of ...
 

Hudson River School of American Landscape Painting


David Dearinger, a curator at the Boston Athenaeum, lectures on history and technique of the the Hudson River School style of landscape painting. The Hudson ...
 

Techniques of the Hudson River School Masters with Erik Koeppel


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The Hudson River School


Brief overview of the Hudson River School of landscape painters, focusing on their relationship to Transcendentalism, European Romanticism, and the ...
 

The Hudson River School: Texture & Rendering Tutorial


Get a FREE PDF Version of this Tutorial at http://ChrisOatley.com/HudsonRiver The Hudson River School Painters were masters at Texture and Rendering.