04 Landscape Architecture & Public Lands in the 19th c - Notes

04 Landscape Architecture & Public Lands in the 19th c - Notes

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04 Landscape Architecture & Public Lands in the 19th Century 1 th Century Louisiana Purchase, 1803 Hudson River School c. 1825 1875 Dream of Arcadia Thomas Cole, 1838 View of Hudson River Valley Asher Durand, 1850
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04 Landscape Architecture & Public Lands in the 19th Century 2 “Kindred Spirits” by Asher B. Durand, 1849 Cole and Bryant admiring the picturesque scenery of the Catskill Mountains in New York William Cullen Bryant Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School William Wordsworth 1770 1850 Washington Irving 1783 1859 James Fenimore Cooper 1789 1851 Ralph Waldo Emerson 1803 1895 Transcendentalism New England based movement from 1830’s encompassing philosophical, religious and social thought. The name comes from Kant’s Critique of Practical Reason , 1788. The movement reacted against 18 th century rationalism and espoused an idealistic philosophy based on belief in divinity pervading the whole of nature and humankind. Members spoke through art, poetry, crafts and
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course LARC 4133 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Arkansas.

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04 Landscape Architecture & Public Lands in the 19th c - Notes

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