Ashcan School · Essay · Hudson RIver · Works on Paper

Room with a View: The Hopper Home in Nyack, New York

Situated along the Hudson River, the town of Nyack, New York has been a popular fishing spot since the pre-Colonial period. The Tappan American Indians named the area near the river “Nay-Ack,” which is an Algonquin term for corner or ‘point,’ and would visit the area in the summer to fish and collect oysters.[1] After selling… Continue reading Room with a View: The Hopper Home in Nyack, New York

Announcements · Exhibitions · Hudson RIver

Hawthorne Fine Art’s Samuel Colman on View at the Lyndhurst Mansion and Gallery

Hawthorne Fine Art’s Samuel Colman painting Lake Georgeis now on view at the exhibition “Becoming Tiffany: From Hudson Valley Painter to Gilded Age Tastemaker” at the Lyndhurst Mansion and Gallery. The exhibition, which runs from August 2 to September 24, 2018, chronicles the early career of the American designer and artist, Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933).… Continue reading Hawthorne Fine Art’s Samuel Colman on View at the Lyndhurst Mansion and Gallery

American Women Artists · Exhibitions · Hudson RIver

“Soaring Sights: Luminist Landscapes by Female Hudson River School Painters (1825-1875)” on View at Hawthorne Fine Art

Hawthorne Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of its upcoming exhibition, Soaring Sights: Luminist Landscapes by Female Hudson River School Painters (1825-1875). Featuring a selection of women artists who were active throughout the nineteenth century, the exhibition focuses on these women’s contributions to the history of the Hudson River School, Luminism, and American… Continue reading “Soaring Sights: Luminist Landscapes by Female Hudson River School Painters (1825-1875)” on View at Hawthorne Fine Art