"Seeing the Hudson" Exhibition

Alan Klotz Gallery

poster for "Seeing the Hudson" Exhibition

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As part of the 400th Anniversary of Henry Hudson's sail of discovery, Alan Klotz gallery offers, Seeing the Hudson, a major exhibition of paintings and photographs, which show the river over a period of more than 200 years, from its source in the Adirondacks, to its mouth, 315 miles away in Upper New York Bay. The show begins with work by the 19th century painters of the Hudson River School, arguably the first American art movement, and continues through more contemporary painting and photographs. The exhibition demonstrates the variety of faces that the River presents. And, of course, the work selected reflects the vision of the individual artists, who are constantly filtering perception, and coping with the intrinsic characteristics of their media to determine what makes it into the frame, and how those images appear.

[Image: Joseph Antonio Hekking (1830 - 1903) "Hudson River Valley" oil on canvas
25 x 42 1/2 in.]


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