Columbia Museum of Art Opens Nature and the Grand American Vision. Masterpieces of the Hudson River School Painters

| November 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Columbia Museum of Art presents Nature and the Grand American Vision. Masterpieces of the Hudson River School Painters. Forty-five magnificent paintings from the rich collection of the New-York Historical Society on view at the museum, beginning November 19, 2011 and on view through April 1, 2012.


THOMAS COLE, Catskill Creek, NY, 1845, Oil on canvas 261/2x 36in (67.3×91.4cm), The Robert L. Stuart Collection, S-157

These iconic works of 19th-century landscape painting are traveling on a national tour for the first time and are circulating to four museums around the country as part of the Historical Society’s traveling exhibitions program Sharing a National Treasure. The Columbia Museum of Art is the only stop in the Southeast.

“The Museum is delighted to bring this extraordinary exhibition to Columbia, giving visitors from around the Southeast the opportunity to see incredibly beautiful works by highly skilled painters of the 19th century,” Karen Brosius, executive director, said. “We are grateful to the New-York Historical Society for sharing this superb American collection for the first time and to the Blanchard Family for their leadership gift to bring this beautiful exhibition to our state and community.”

The presentation in Columbia is made possible by the Blanchard Family.

Registration and ticket details at columbiamuseum.org

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