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Hudson River School of Painting First American School of Painting 1825-1870-80 Thomas Cole (1801-1848) The Course of Empire 1. “The Savage Stage” – (1834) 2. “Arcadian or Pastoral State” – (1834) 3. “The Consummation of Empire” – (1836) 4. “Destruction” – (1836 ) 5. “Desolation” – 1836 Asher Brown Durand (1796-1881) “Kindred Spirits” – (1849) Frederick Edwin Church (1826-1900) Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902) “The Rocky Mountains” (American Sanitary Commission)
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Asher B. Durand’s painting at New Orleans Museum of Art In 1820, 1 Painting in 10 was a landscape painting.
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Thomas Cole 1801 - 1848 Thomas Cole: Self-Portrait , ca. 1836 - The New-York Historical Society In the summer of 1825 Thomas Cole went up the Hudson River to paint. That fall three of his paintings were in a gallery window and sold to John Trumbel (History Painter), William Dunlap (Critic, Painter), and Asher Durand (Painter).
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Thomas Cole: Landscape with Dead Trees (Catskill), 1825
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Kaaterskill, 1826 - Warner Collection of Gulf States Paper Corporation
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course LA 1203 taught by Professor Fryling during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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