Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Hudson River Fellowship News!

Mount Adams
We are pleased to announce that the 2012 Hudson River Fellowship will take place in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire! Based out of the village of Jackson, the Fellows will study and paint the landscapes that drew over 400 painters in the 19th Century including Thomas Cole, Asher B. Durand, George Inness, Sanford Gifford, Jasper Cropsey, Albert Beirstadt, and the New Hampshire native credited with founding the White Mountain School, Benjamin Champney. To view historical paintings, click here!

SCROLL down to view paintings of this region!

Mount Washington by George Inness
Echo Lake by Jasper Cropsey
Mount Washington by Benjamin Champney
Crawford Notch by Thomas Cole

Mount Chocorua by Sanford Gifford

Mount Washington by Albert Bierstadt
Artists Sketching in the White Mountains by Winslow Homer, 1868
Mount Chocorua from Black Cap by Erik Koeppel, Sr. Fellow!


Erik Koeppel said...

Can't wait! Get ready for BIG views!

Emilie said...

I'm sooo excited! LIVE FREEE OR DIE!!!!!