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A Thomas Cole Landscape

 

The Clove, Catskills (1827)

THOMAS COLE, considered the father of American landscape painting, only lived to age 47, but left a large body of works, which are in museums across the country today. These works include his favorite genre of allegorical paintings, as well as the romantic landscape scenes for which he is most famous. You can read a short biography of him here.

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