Hudson River School & Luminism

Twilight in the Wilderness

Twilight in the Wilderness, 1860, Frederic Edwin Church, Cleveland Museum of Art

“View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm” by Thomas Cole, 1836. [Also known as “The Oxbow”] The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Luminism

Fitz Hugh Lane [1804 – 1865] ArtFact
David Johnson [1827 – 1908] White Mountain Art
John Frederick Kensett [1816 – 1872] White Mountain Art
James Augustus Suydam [1819 – 1865] artnet
Sanford Robinson Gifford [1823 – 1880] White Mountain Art
George Caleb Bingham [1811 – 1879] Wikipedia
Martin Johnson Heade (1819 – 1904] NGA
Jasper Francis Cropsey [1823 – 1900] Newington-Cropsey Foundation
Frederic Edwin Church [1826 – 1900] ARTCYCLOPEDIA

Hudson River School

Albert Bierstadt [1830 – 1902] Museum Syndicate
John William Casilear [1811 – 1893] NGA
Frederic Edwin Church [1826 – 1900] Artchive
Thomas Cole [1801-1848] White Mountain Art
Samuel Colman [1832 — 1920] Wikipedia
Jasper Francis Cropsey [1823 – 1900] Wikipedia
Thomas Doughty [1793 – 1856] Wikipedia
Robert Duncanson [1821-1872] Taft Museum
Asher Brown Durand [1796 – 1886] NGA
Sanford Robinson Gifford [1823 – 1880] Smithsonian Archives of American Art
James McDougal Hart [1828-1901] Caldwell Gallery
William Hart [1823-1894] White Mountain Art
William Stanley Haseltine [1835-1900] Lawrence J. Cantor & Company
Martin Johnson Heade [1819 – 1904] Wikipedia
Hermann Ottomar Herzog [1832 – 1932] Artfact
Thomas Hill [1829 – 1908] Butler Institute of American Art
David Johnson [1827 – 1908] White Mountain Art
John Frederick Kensett [1816 – 1872] Butler Institute of American Art
Jervis McEntee [1828 – 1891] Smithsonian Archives of American Art
Thomas Moran [1837 – 1926] National Park Service
Robert Walter Weir [1803 – 1889] Wikipedia
Worthington Whittredge [820 – 1910] MONA

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