A new exhibition revealing the deeper meanings of Cole’s Catskill Creek paintings, considered for the first time as an integral series. Created during the eighteen-year period between 1827 and 1845, which spans Thomas Cole’s mature career, the artist’s completed paintings of Catskill Creek constitute the most sustained sequence of landscape paintings he ever made.
Image: Thomas Cole, Catskill Creek, N.Y., 1845, Oil on canvas, 26 1/2 x 36″. New-York Historical Society.
The Thomas Cole National Historic Site
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