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Hudson River school of landscape painting -- Exhibitions

Making of the Hudson River School

The Hudson River School "refers to American landscape painting created between 1825 and roughly 1875" by a variety of artists who lived in the Hudson River Valley of New York, including Thomas Cole and John Frederick Kensett. The Albany Institute of History and Art's Making of the Hudson River School exhibition is more than a mere catalogue of these striking paintings - although, rest assured,...