The Hudson River School was a mid-19th century American art movement embodied by a group of landscape painters whose aesthetic vision was influenced by romanticism.

Their paintings depict the Hudson River Valley and the surrounding area, including the Catskill, Adirondack, and the White Mountains.



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Cayambe, 1858 - Frederic Edwin Church - www.hudson-river-school.org
Cayambe, 1858
Frederic Edwin Church
Amalfi Coast - Thomas Moran - www.hudson-river-school.org
Amalfi Coast
Thomas Moran
Figures In A Hudson River Landscape - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Figures In A Hudson River Landscape
Albert Bierstadt
Bahama Cove - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Bahama Cove
Albert Bierstadt
Beacon  Off Mount Desert Island - Frederic Edwin Church - www.hudson-river-school.org
Beacon Off Mount Desert Island
Frederic Edwin Church
Windsor Castle - Thomas Moran - www.hudson-river-school.org
Windsor Castle
Thomas Moran
Oregon Trail - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Oregon Trail
Albert Bierstadt
Canyon Of The Clouds - Thomas Moran - www.hudson-river-school.org
Canyon Of The Clouds
Thomas Moran
Etretat - George Inness - www.hudson-river-school.org
Etretat
George Inness
Cedar Swamps, Cape May County, New Jersey, 1861 - Johann-Hermann Carmiencke - www.hudson-river-school.org
Cedar Swamps, Cape May County, New Jersey, 1861
Johann-Hermann Carmiencke
Beach Scene - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Beach Scene
Albert Bierstadt
Delaware Water Gap - George Inness - www.hudson-river-school.org
Delaware Water Gap
George Inness

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