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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Frilled Coquette - Martin Johnson Heade - www.hudson-river-school.org
Frilled Coquette
Martin Johnson Heade
Capri - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Capri
Albert Bierstadt
A Rocky Mountain Sheep  Ovis  Montana - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
A Rocky Mountain Sheep Ovis Montana
Albert Bierstadt
Banana Tree, c.1865 - Frederic Edwin Church - www.hudson-river-school.org
Banana Tree, c.1865
Frederic Edwin Church
Elk - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Elk
Albert Bierstadt
El Khasne  Petra - Frederic Edwin Church - www.hudson-river-school.org
El Khasne Petra
Frederic Edwin Church
Beach at Beverly  1869-72 - John Frederick Kensett - www.hudson-river-school.org
Beach at Beverly 1869-72
John Frederick Kensett
Forest Sunrise - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Forest Sunrise
Albert Bierstadt
Canoes - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Canoes
Albert Bierstadt
Autumn Landscape: The Catskills - Albert Bierstadt - www.hudson-river-school.org
Autumn Landscape: The Catskills
Albert Bierstadt
A Forest Road - Sanford Robinson Gifford - www.hudson-river-school.org
A Forest Road
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Catskill Creek, New York, 1845 - Thomas Cole - www.hudson-river-school.org
Catskill Creek, New York, 1845
Thomas Cole

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