Hudson River Valley School Boxed Note Cards

Hudson River Valley School Boxed Note Cards

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The Hudson River Valley school, America's first native art movement, arose during a period of exploration, expansion, and a growing desire to preserve areas of unspoiled beauty. Artists paid homage to the play of light on sky, water, and land as they infused their work with the sense of humankind’s smallness in the face of natural grandeur. This box of notecards includes: Martin Johnson Heade's Rhode Island Shore (1858), Frederic Edwin Church's Tamaca Palms (1854), Jasper Francis Cropsey's Autumn—On the Hudson River (1860), and Thomas Cole's View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm—The Oxbow (1836).

  • 20 note cards (5 each of 4 images) with envelopes
  • 5 x 7 inches
  • Printed on recycled paper
  • Decorative box

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