1997-1998 American 18-19th Century Landscape Painting
(above: Thomas Hill, Great Canyon of the Sierra, Yosemite, 1872. Crocker Art Museum)
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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:
The Holy Calm of Nature (12/17/98)
The Light of a Moment (12/17/98)
New Worlds from Old: 19th Century Australian & American Landscapes (12/5/98)
The Painted Sketch: American Impressions from Nature (11/7/98)
William Trost Richards: Rediscovered (10/16/98)
Art Colonies and American Impressionists (9/1/98)
The Snite Acquires Bierstadt Landscape, American Portraits and Fairfield Porter Canvas (8/24/98)
Hudson River School Artist Sanford Gifford (1823-1880) Acquisition by Albany Institute (6/10/98)
Direct from Nature: The Oil Sketches of Thomas Hill
"That Earlier, Wilder Image": Sketches by American Landscape Painters, 1830-1900
First Retrospective of Landscapes by Thomas Moran
Diamond Cove: Landscape and Leisure in 19th-Century America (7/28/97)
Holding Patterns: Selections from the Collection of W. Donald Head, Old Grandview Ranch
Landscape in America 1850 - 1890 (10/7/97)
Bricher Acquisition (4/7/98)
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