POUGHKEEPSIE — Known for its rolling landscapes and pastoral beauty, the Hudson River Valley and its surrounding areas have inspired countless artists to pay tribute to their majesty – most notably, what has come to be known as the Hudson River School of painters. Their style, an outgrowth of the Romantic Movement, celebrated the natural beauty of the American wilderness and served as the dominant school of landscape painting throughout the 19th century. Read more of the press release.
A Focused Collection; Drawings from the Dia; Selections from the Permanent Collection
August 17 – October 21, 2007
Prints and Drawings Galleries