Hudson River School Paintings

Andrew Thomas Schwartz
American, 1867-1942
Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia
Oil on canvas
24 by 30 in. W/frame 28 ½ by 34 ½ in.

Inventory Number: Art S111
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George Loring Brown
American, 1814-1889
Pastoral Landscape with Locomotive and Picnic Goers
Oil on canvas
30 by 48 in. W/frame 34 by 42 in.

The Hudson River at Bear Mountain, with a family picnicking on the bank at left, was painted about 1850 by George Loring Brown. The funnel stacked locomotive being flagged at right was a herald of change. Railroads stacked up both river banks, bringing wealth to the river towns. Today railroad service is contracting back to just one bank.

Reference:
American Heritage December 1958.



Inventory Number: Art B96
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John Ferguson Weir
American, 1841-1926
Figure Overlooking West Point
Oil on canvas
20 x 34 in. W/fame 28 by 42 in.

Inventory Number: Art W38
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Helen Estelle Knox
American, 1890-1962
A View from Cornwall Heights
Oil on canvas
16 by 20 in. W/frame 25 by 29 in.

Inventory Number: Art K31
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Louis Michel Eilshemius
American, 1864–1941
Landscape with Pond
Oil on canvas
19 ½ by 29 ½ in. W/frame 23 ½ by 33 ½ in.

Inventory Number: Art E105
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Henry Golden Dearth
American 1864-1918
Landscape a Dusk
Oil on canvas
11 ½ x 18 in. w/frame 22 ½ x 29 in.

Inventory Number: Art D4
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J W Anderson
American, 1855-1903
Fishing at Sunset
Oil on board
4 ½ by 10 in. W/frame 6 ½ by 12 in.

Inventory Number: Art A36
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George Loring Brown
American, 1814-1889
A Coastal View
Oil on canvas
22 by 36 in W/frame 30 by 44 in.

Inventory Number: Art B22
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