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Hudson River School

Category:

Hudson River School

Invoking the timeless, bucolic landscapes of the upper regions of New York, the Hudson River School encompassed a group of artists inspired by their Romantic predecessors.

Painters such as Frederich Edwin Church, Thomas Cole – credited with founding the school – Sanford Gifford, and Albert Bierstadt became celebrated cornerstones in the annals of American art history with their keen understanding of luminosity, composition, and tone. Our selection of frames below highlight the trademark details found in works by these artists such as flora, fauna, and repeating, naturalistic patterns.

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