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Asher Brown Durand (1796 – 1886)

Posted by L. A. on May 14, 2014


Genesee Valley Landscape

Genesee Valley Landscape

Progress

Progress

Summer Afternoon

Summer Afternoon

High Point, Shandaken Mountains

High Point, Shandaken Mountains

Hudson River Landscape

Hudson River Landscape

Mount Washington

Mount Washington

June Shower

June Shower

Adirondacks

Adirondacks

Lake Scene In The Mountains

Lake Scene In The Mountains

The Stranded Ship

The Stranded Ship

Landscape

Landscape

Catskill Clove, New York

Catskill Clove, New York

Mount Chocorua

Mount Chocorua

Strawberrying

Strawberrying

Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning

Summer On Lake George

Summer On Lake George

Dover Plain, Dutchess County, New York

Dover Plain, Dutchess County, New York

Hudson River Looking Toward The Catskills

Hudson River Looking Toward The Catskills

Landscape - Scene From Thanatopsis

Landscape – Scene From Thanatopsis

Landscape Composition, In The Catskills

Landscape Composition, In The Catskills

River Scene

River Scene

Landscape Sunset

Landscape Sunset

View Of Esopus Creek, Ulster County, New York

View Of Esopus Creek, Ulster County, New York

White Mountains Scenery, Franconia Notch, New Hampshire

White Mountains Scenery, Franconia Notch, New Hampshire

Pastoral Landscape

Pastoral Landscape

Pastoral Landscape

Pastoral Landscape

View Of The Shandaken Mountains

View Of The Shandaken Mountains

View Of Rutland, Vermont

View Of Rutland, Vermont

Black Mountains From The Harbor Islands, Lake George

Black Mountains From The Harbor Islands, Lake George

View In The Catskills

View In The Catskills

Woods By A River

Woods By A River

Kaaterskill Clove

Kaaterskill Clove

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One Response to “Asher Brown Durand (1796 – 1886)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    Beautiful landscapes. Some, of great breadth, with backgrounds very deep. The decision to place a thick tree in the foreground, perhaps serves to define the size of the plans that extend into the distance. At least this seems to me.

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