Hudson River school


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Hudson River school

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A group of American landscape painters active from about 1825 to 1875 whose works, influenced by European Romanticism, depict the beauty and grandeur of areas such as the Hudson River Valley, the Catskill Mountains, and Niagara Falls.
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Noun1.Hudson River school - the first coherent school of American art; active from 1825 to 1870; painted wilderness landscapes of the Hudson River valley and surrounding New England
art movement, artistic movement - a group of artists who agree on general principles
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Created by artist Jeff Quinn and produced by combining a hand-painted technique with scanned materials, the mural depicts a mix of elements including a landscape and sky inspired by the 19th century Hudson River School art movement, and a depiction of the numeral "One" sitting amidst a foreground composed of photographic images of the current Jersey City skyline.
An exhibition held in Chicago in 1945 on the Hudson River School, and the publication of Wolfgang Born's book, American Landscape Painting: An Interpretation (1948) came at the nadir of their fortunes, which coincided with the emergence of Abstract Expressionism among artists of the 'New York School'.
You can learn and look in to the world of Hudson River School landscapes at 1 p.
org) is hosting Nature and the American Vision: The Hudson River School, a major showing of paintings from the New-York Historical Society.
The museum's executive director Andy Maus said the big size of four new Hudson River School paintings made the museum note the need for its latest expansion.
His earlier landscapes are at first glance redolent of the Hudson River School and are more structured, while the new abstract images, with the paint dispersing through the water more randomly, are more colorful and modern," said Ray Waterhouse, principal of Waterhouse & Dodd.
By the time Obata arrived in 1927, the public viewed the grandiose landscapes of the Hudson River School as antiquated and stale, and fewer artists frequented the park despite increasing general visitation.
Champagne is opened, and they make their way outside and down across an enormous lawn, still singing as they head toward a classically romantic Hudson River School horizon.
Two weeks earlier, while on a tour of the 19th-century Hudson River School painter Frederic Church's Persian-style redoubt, Olana, I had noticed--how could I not?
It is said to have played host to many Hudson River School painters during the late 1800s.
a town about two hours north of Manhattan, to retrace the steps of the Hudson River School, the 19th-century movement of landscape artists who walked the mountains of this verdant slice of the Northeast in search of inspiration.
Wiles, a Hudson River school painter; Irving was widely acclaimed during his lifetime but died in obscurity.
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