Dubois Fenelon Hasbrouck
Dubois Hasbrouck was a gifted Impressionist known for his rustic, wooded landscapes. Born in Pine Hill, New York, Hasbrouck painted the austere farms, deep woods, and enclosed forest interiors of the region. His atmospheric paintings convey the starkness of winter and the softness of spring, expressing a deep interest in the subtleties of each season. Hasbrouck exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Brooklyn Art Association, the Boston Art Club, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the 1893 Columbian Exhibition. His work is now included in museums across the country, including the National Gallery of Art and the San Diego Museum of Art.