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1820: The Hudson River Art School Grasiela Class 4 -305 Ms. Belfer June 2006
When: 1820 Who: The Hudson River Art School Where: New York City Jasper F. Cropsey, American, 1823 -1900 Sunset, Lake George, NY 24 1/4 x 44 inches The New York Historical Society Henry Luce III Center for the Study of American Culture http: //www. nyhistory. org/
What is the Hudson River Art School? The Hudson River Art School was a group of artist that would hung out together and painted landscapes. They would paint landscapes near the Hudson River. Thomas Cole was the first person to start painting landscapes of upstate New York. Thomas Cole was the founder. http: //home. att. net/~hudsonriverschool/home. htm
How did the Hudson River Art School affect New York ? The Hudson River Art School affects how we live in New York by contributing artwork to our culture. The paintings will also show you how New York looked in the past. You can compare how the landscape is different from what it looks like now. The Hudson River Art School inspired more artist to paint landscapes.
Mount Washington from the Valley of Conway 1851 oil on canvas Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Munn (Ruth C. Hanford, Class of 1909) in the name of the Class of 1909 http: //www. davismuseum. wellesley. edu/ in the http: //home. att. net/~hudsonriverschool/artists. htm /
Eaton's Neck, Long Island 1872 oil on canvas, 18 x 36 inches The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Gift of Thomas Kensett, 1874 (74. 29) http: //www. metmuseum. org/
Websites for Research www. tekmom. com http: //www. pbs. org/wgbh/amex/coney/ http: //home. att. net/~hudsonriverschool/home. htm http: //www. iloveny. com/kids/history_post_1900. asp http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/New_York_City http: //www. newyorkhistory. org/ http: //home. eznet. net/~dminor/nylinks. html http: //www. si. umich. edu/CHICO/Harlem/index. html http: //www. alexanderhamiltonexhibition. org/ http: //www. pocanticohills. org/washington. htm http: //Nylearns. org/bbelfer