The R. W. Norton Art Gallery
The Norton Art Gallery pays tribute to the painters of the Hudson River School with works by Thomas Cole, George Inness, Jasper F. Cropsey, and many others. One of the highlights is A Snow Squall (1825) painted by the founder of the Hudson River School, Thomas Cole.
A Snow Squall (1825)
Cropsey's Niagara Falls (1882) exemplifies the luminism for which the Hudson River School is known.
Niagara Falls (1882)
Jasper F. Cropsey
Text and images courtesy of The R. W. Norton Art Gallery.
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