Landscape Painting - Durand, Asher B, and Harrison, Birge, and Rousar, Darren R (Editor)
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In 1855, Asher B. Durand, a founder of the National Academy of Design and a leading member of the Hudson River School, wrote a series of articles for his son's art magazine, The Crayon. The nine articles, Letters on Landscape Painting, outlined Durand's thoughts on learning how to paint landscapes. They are considered by many to be the textbook for the Hudson River School. In the early 1900s, Birge Harrison, a prominent figure in the American Tonalist movement and a director of the landscape school of the Art Students ...

Landscape Painting 2013, Velatura Press, LLC

ISBN-13: 9780980045451

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