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  • 2. Before you call homeland security…
  • 3. Thomas Cole, View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm (The Oxbow), 1836
  • 4. Edmund Coates, The Connecticut River from Mount Holyoke, 1855
  • 5. David John Gue, View from Mount Holyoke, 1903
  • 6. Why did the Hudson River School of artist make so many Landscape paintings? Why did they paint so many views of the Connecticut River from the top of Mt. Holyoke (Skinner Mountain)?
  • 7. It was part of their visual culture.
  • 8. Randall Deihl, View of the Valley, 1985
  • 9. James Winn The Connecticut River Near Northampton , 1987
  • 10. Cathy Osman, Oxbow Revisited, 1993
  • 11. Martha Armstrong, Oxbow from the Summit House , 1993
  • 12. Mark Meunier, Valley View, 1995
  • 13. David Moriarty, New World: Red, 1996
  • 14. Robert Masla, View from the Summit- Homage to Thomas Cole, 1996
  • 15. How are these two pieces similar and how are they different?
  • 16. How’d they do that?
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  • 39. Thomas Cole
  • 40. Robert Scott Duncanson