The Thomas Cole National Historic Site has just announced its upcoming exhibition, Thomas Cole: The Artist as Architect, which opens on May 1st. After years of extensive research, the Thomas Cole National Historic Site has reconstructed Thomas Cole’s “New Studio,” first built by the artist one hundred seventy years ago. Find out more on our Hudson River School blog.
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The Hudson River School continues to be celebrated as the first true movement in American art. …continue reading or post a comment
Jervis McEntee was an important Hudson River School artist whose paintings have often been overshadowed both by his writing and the work of contemporaries such as Frederic Edwin Church and Albert Bierstadt. …continue reading or post a comment
After a successful initial run of our Hudson River School exhibition, the staff at Questroyal took time to take in the view …continue reading or post a comment
Longtime friends of Questroyal, David and Laura Grey have spent years cultivating an impressive collection of American art. Recently, they generously donated Tower by Moonlight by Thomas Cole to the Thomas Cole National Historic Site. …continue reading or post a comment
While “glamping” may seem like the latest celebrity trend, it really got its start in the Adirondacks during the mid-nineteenth century. …continue reading or post a comment