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  1. Hudson River School: The Landscape Art of Bierstadt, Cole, Church, Durand, Heade and twenty other artists by Louise Minks, 1989-10-02
  2. The Hudson River School (Treasures of Art) by Trewin Copplestone, 1999-08-17
  3. Mouvement D'art Américain: Hudson River School, Impressionnisme Américain, Précisionnisme, Bad Painting (French Edition)
  4. The Hudson River School: The Landscape Art of Bierstadt, Cole, Church, Durand, Heade and Twenty Other Artists by Louise Minks, 1999
  5. All That is Glorious Around Us: Paintings from the Hudson River School of Art by John Paul (Selections and Catalog by) Driscoll, 1981
  6. All That Is Glorious Around Us: Paintings from the Hudson River School by John Paul Driscoll, 1997-09
  7. Hudson River School Paintings: 24 Art Cards (Card Books)
  8. The Hudson River School: American Landscape Artists by Bert Yeager, 2005-09-01
  9. The Hudson River School: Nature and the AmericanVision by New-York Historical Society, Linda S. Ferber, 2009-10-06
  10. Different Views in Hudson River School Painting by Judith O'Toole, 2008-06-20
  11. Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford
  12. The Hudson River School: 2011 Wall Calendar by The New York Historical Society, 2010-08-09
  13. The Tenth Street Studio Building: Artist-Entrepreneur from the Hudson River School to the American Impressionists by Annette Blaugrund, 1997-06
  14. Knights of the Brush: The Hudson River School and the Moral Landscape by James F. Cooper, 1999-12-25

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Founded by Thomas Cole who painted American scenes in the style of the British romantic school of landscape painting. The style was very nationalistic.
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2. Hudson River School Art Trail - ArtfixDaily.com Tagged Content
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3. Hudson River School - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Other important collections of Hudson River School art can be seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the NewYork Historical Society, both in Manhattan, NY; the Brooklyn Museum
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Hudson river school Jump to: navigation search Thomas Cole The Oxbow, View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm ... The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Hudson River School was a mid-19th century American art movement embodied by a group of landscape painters whose aesthetic vision was influenced by romanticism . The paintings for which the movement is named depict the Hudson River Valley and the surrounding area, including the Catskill Adirondack , and the White Mountains ; eventually works by the second generation of artists associated with the school expanded to include other locales.
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Neither the originator of the term Hudson River School or its first published use has been fixed with certainty. The term is thought to have originated with the New York Tribune art critic Clarence Cook or the landscape painter Homer D. Martin As originally used, the term was meant disparagingly, as the work so labeled had gone out of favor when the plein-air Barbizon School had come into vogue among American patrons and collectors.

4. Hudson River School (American Art Movement) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Hudson River school (American art), large group of American landscape painters of several generations who worked between about 1825 and 1870. The name, applied retrospectively
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Table of Contents: Hudson River school Article Article Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the Hudson River school large group of American landscape painters of several generations who worked between about 1825 and 1870. The name, applied retrospectively, refers to a similarity of intent rather than to a geographic location, though many of the older members of the group drew inspiration from the picturesque Catskill region north of New York City , through which the Hudson River flows. An outgrowth of the

5. Hudson River School Art - Artists, Artworks And Biographies
Hudson River School The Hudson River School was comprised of a group of painters who created realistic, romanticized works, particularly in New York’s Hudson River Valley.
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Hudson River School: (1825 - 1875) The Hudson River School was comprised of a group of painters who created realistic, romanticized works, particularly in New Yorks Hudson River Valley. Led by Thomas Cole, other artists in the School chose subject matter such as the lakes, gorges, and forests of the Catskill and Adirondack Mountains. The movement was inspired by 17th century European landscape painters such as the Nazarenes and Caspar David Friedrich in Germany and Joseph Turner Constable in England. Despite these influences, one of the Schools goals was to ignore overseas traditions in order to create a distinctive concept of American art. The movement began in 1825, when other artists discovered that Cole was using landscape painting as an expressive tool and suggesting communication with God through nature. Seeing the sacred aspects of the natural environment became an aim amongst the Hudson River School. The American art journal, The Crayon, began publishing many of the Schools paintings to go along with their literary works by writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Cullen Bryant, and James Fennimore Cooper. The Hudson River School artists and these writers both promoted the idea that God and nature were one. Hudson River School paintings were often panoramic views done in a romantic, somewhat realist style. They suggested an atmosphere of serenity and meditation. The artists used the effects of light to depict dramatic landscapes, particularly of sunsets and water. This technique became known as Luminism. Artists using this technique wished to portray emotions through the bold contrasts between light and dark.

6. The Hudson River School Art Print At AllPosters.com
The Hudson River School Art Print at AllPosters.com. Choose from over 500,000 Posters and Art Prints. Value Framing, Fast Delivery, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
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7. Hudson River School Collection
A look at some of the better selections from the Albany Institute of History and Art's collection of over 60 Hudson River School paintings.
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HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL A Studio Reception, Paris, 1841 by Thomas Pritchard Rossiter depicts a gathering of American expatriates including Hudson River School artists Asher B. Durand, John Casilear and John Frederick Kensett. America's first native landscape painting, known today as the Hudson River School emerged during the middle decades of the 19th century. site designed and hosted by knick.net Morning, Looking East Over the Hudson Valley from the Catskill Mountains by Frederic Church Lake Winnepesaukee by Thomas Cole Ruined Tower by Thomas Cole Dawn of Morning, Lake George by Jasper Francis Cropsey An Old Man's Reminiscences by Asher D. Durand Distant View of Albany by William M. Hart The Adirondacks by James McDonald Hart Storm King on the Hudson by Homer Dodge Martin

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9. Hudson River School
Long review of the Hudson River School with links to the Artchive's galleries of paintings by the more noted artists.
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Painters of Faith
by Gene Veith. American Paradise: The World of the Hudson River School
Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition catalog. Hudson River School
by Trewin Copplestone. Knights of the Brush: The Hudson River School and the Moral Landscape
by Frederick Turner. All That Is Glorious Around Us: Paintings from the Hudson River School
by John Driscoll. The Hudson River School by Louise Minks.
The Hudson River School
"Writing of Claude Lorrain, an artist against whom the Hudson River painters measured themselves on their excursions abroad, Roger Fry said, "Claude's view of landscape is false to nature in that it is entirely anthropocentric. His trees exist for pleasant shade; his peasants to give us the illusion of pastoral life, not to toil for a living. His world is not to be lived in, only to be looked at in a mood of pleasing melancholy or suave revery." But I wonder if there ever was a form of landscape painting that is not "false" in this sense. The landscapes we represent are in effect texts in which our feelings and beliefs about nature, and hence about ourselves as inside and outside nature, are inscribed. According to Wen Fong, Travelers in a Wintry Forest These were works of high Romanticism, illustrations, so to speak, of texts such as Coleridge's "Frost at Midnight":

10. The Hudson River School. Authentication, Certificates Of Authenticity And Expert
The Hudson River School. Art Experts, Inc. certificates of authenticity, USPAP official appraisers, forensic tests. Call 1866-484-8017 for expert painting authentication and
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Thomas Cole: The Voyage of Life: Youth, 1842
Think that you may own a painting by The Hudson River School? We authenticate appraise research and issue Certificates of Authenticity (COA) and provide consultations for all paintings and designs by The Hudson River School. Hudson River School Members: Albert Bierstadt, John William Casilear, Frederic Edwin Church, Thomas Cole, Samuel Colman, Jasper Francis Cropsey, Thomas Doughty, Robert Duncanson, Asher Brown Durand Sanford Robinson Gifford, James McDougal Hart, William Hart, William Stanley Haseltine, Martin Johnson Heade, Hermann Ottomar Herzog, Thomas Hill, David Johnson, John Frederick Kensett, Jervis McEntee, Thomas Moran, Robert Walter Weir, Worthington Whittredge
Thomas Cole: A View of Fort Putnam, 1825
The Hudson River School coincided with a time of social and political changes in the United States. The group therefore attempted to portray the ideals and hopes of a new nation in early stages of development. Their paintings embraced the wildness of the American landscape as it was being threatened by industry and technology. As changes daunted the growing nation, this group of artists wished to preserve the initial concept of the New World in its undeveloped, natural state. The Hudson River School is associated with early conservation movements in America.

11. IHAS Artist/Movement/Ideas
A brief summary of the School's place in American philosophy by Thomas Hampson, narrator of the PBS series I Hear America Singing. Includes a video clip review of Durand's
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T he first coherent school of American art, the Hudson River painters, helped to shape the mythos of the American landscape. Beginning with the works of Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and Asher B. Durand (1796-1886) and evolving into the Luminist and late Romantic schools, landscape painting was the prevalent genre of 19th century American art. THE OXBOW by Thomas Cole With roots in European Romanticism and with correspondences to European painters such as the Nazarenes and Caspar David Friedrich in Germany or John Constable and Joseph Turner in England, the Hudson River painters, nonetheless, set about to heed Emerson's call "to ignore the courtly Muses of Europe" and define a distinct vision for American art. The artists who came to maturity in the years of egalitarian Jacksonian democracy and expansion translated these ideals into an aesthetic that was sweeping and spontaneous. Like the vast nation that lay before them, which they celebrated not chauvinistically but with a sense of awe for its majestic natural resources and a feeling of optimism for the huge potential it held, the Hudson River painters depicted a New World wilderness in which man, minuscule as he was beside the vastness of creation, nevertheless retained that divine spark that completed the circle of harmony.

12. The Art Of Connie Tom
Painting in the manner of the Hudson River School, it is always the goal of Connie Tom to convey to the viewer the forces, the vastness, and the beauty of nature and how the sight
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13. Cedar Grove | The Thomas Cole National Historic Site - Hudson River School Art T
Introduction. The Hudson River School Art Trail takes you to the sites that inspired America’s first great landscape painters, enabling you to walk in the footsteps of Thomas
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14. A Jaunty Stroll Through (Art) History Wear Comfortable Shoes, Open Your Eyes, An
A celebration of America’s first major art movement, the Hudson River School Art Trail is a project of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, made possible through a partnership
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A Jaunty Stroll Through (Art) History Wear Comfortable Shoes, Open Your Eyes, and Prepare to be Inspired by The Hudson River School Art Trail
Published 3 August 2010 Catskill, NY – Fifteen scenic miles in the Catskills between The Thomas Cole National Historic Site (www.thomascole.org) and Olana New York Historic Site (www.olana.org) couldn’t be more beautiful. Thomas Cole Falls of the Kaaterskill, 1826. Oil on canvas, 43 x 36 in. Property of the Westervelt Collection and displayed in The Westervelt Warner Museum of American Art in Tuscalosa, AL. This stretch of history, known as The Hudson River School Art Trail, leads visitors to the sites that inspired America’s first great landscape painters by mapping the sites that inspired works of art by Hudson River School painters Thomas Cole, Frederic Church, Asher B. Durand, Jasper Cropsey, Sanford Gifford and other pioneering American artists. For more information about the Hudson River School Art Trail, visit http://www.thomascole.org/trail or call (518) 943-7465.

15. Hudson River School Art Trail, New York, National Recreation Trails Program Reco
Recreational trails and greenways, railtrails, achievement awards, environment, motorized, youth corps, management, maintenance, project
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Section 508 Navigation Skip Navigation Hudson River School Art Trail, New York Walk in the footsteps of the painters who created the first great American art movement. From Cedar Grove, The Thomas Cole National Historic Site
The Hudson River School Art Trail is a three-mile historic theme trail is part of a larger network comprised of seven sites linking the home of Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School, with painting sites that inspired the work of many artists in the nineteenth century. Thomas Cole's home is now a National Historic Landmark and today provides an orientation for your exploration of the Hudson River School Art Trail. The home and workplace of Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of art, in Catskill, NY The Development of the Trail The Art Trail is currently in the initial stages of its development, which includes the creation of a brochure and web site with maps, driving and walking directions, and printed representations of the painted views to use as a comparison with today's actual views. The Art Trail will include wayside interpretive signs including reproductions of paintings depicting that site as well as background information on the painting, the artist, and how the scene has been preserved. These wayside interpretive signs will serve as "captions on the landscape," enhancing the visitor's understanding about the Hudson River landscape and the art that it inspired.

16. Hudson River School Art Prints At Shop For Art
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17. Hudson River School Art
A collection of old and new Hudson River School paintings featuring scenes along the Hudson River. See what the river looked like through painter's eyes a century and a half ago
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18. Hudson River School Paintings: 24 Art Cards
Twentyfour paintings recapture the lure of the natural world and the wild frontier with paintings by the famed 19th-century group that romanticized nature while capturing the
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19. Frederic Edwin Church
Morning, Looking East Over the Hudson Valley from the Catskill Mountains. Frederic Edwin Church (18261900) Oil on canvas, 1848 AIHA Collection Gift of Catherine Gansevoort Lansing
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HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL Morning, Looking East Over the Hudson Valley from the Catskill Mountains Frederic Edwin Church
Oil on canvas, 1848
AIHA Collection: Gift of Catherine Gansevoort Lansing This painting shows a view from an elevated rocky spot somewhere in the Catskills, probably near the Catskill Mountain House, where Church had sketched with his teacher Thomas Cole as early as 1844. Confidently painted, with carefully described details of rocks and vegetation and freely handled clouds, Morning was a remarkable achievement for so young a painter.
In 1844, Church was the first formal pupil accepted by Thomas Cole, America's leading landscape painter. From Cole, Church learned both a reverence for nature as a subject and a commitment to making his art express noble and lofty ideas. Church made his professional debut at the National Academy of Design in 1845. By 1848, when Morning and three other of his works were exhibited at the American Art-Union, he had already gained a significant reputation. site designed and hosted by knick.net

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