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by the beauty of our region and the Hudson River School painters who drew their inspiration from it.

Sanford Gifford
Morning on the Hudson, Haverstraw Bay

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John Frederick Kensett
Lake George

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John Frederick Kensett
Rondout Creek

The Rondout today looks very similar to this as it passes our studio in Rosendale on a late-autumn afternoon.

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Sanford Gifford
Shawangunk Ridge

View southwest from Skytop, Mohonk Mountain, with Lake Mohonk just visible in the lower right.

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The Hudson River School painters were not realists in the strict sense. By the mid-1800’s when these paintings were made, the real world was already looking much different than their depictions of it. Our valley was filling with cities, farms, trains, steamships, factories and mills; the forests were being clear-cut for lumber, fuel, mining and leather tanning. Rather than a literal depiction, they painted a picture of the land as they envisioned it; how they wanted us to see it; and how I still see it today thanks to their vision.

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Worthington Whittredge
Trout Brook in the Catskills

John Frederick Kensett
Valley Scene (study)

Whittredge, Kensett, Asher B. Durand and others painted many forest “portraits” like the two shown here, of individual trees, boulders and streams. These are some of their most intimate paintings and are among my favorites, revealing the depth of their love of the region and their personal connection with it.

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