For interested parties this project was curated by:

Alexander Boyle    Elizabeth Saperstein    Candace Taubner   

This Effort continues to document Westchester's Art History, be it Hudson River School, Impressionist or Modernist

Westchester: The Glory of Landscape:

Gateway to the mighty Hudson River School and the birthplace of America's Unique Art History

 

William Henry Bartlett (1809-1854), View from Fort Putnam, West Point, 20 by 24 inches, oil/canvas

James Renwick Brevoort (1832-1918), View of the Catskills from the Hudson River, 18 by 30 inches, oil/canvas

Attributed to J. G. Clonney (1812-1867), Hudson River Sloop near Peekskill, NY, 15 by 26 inches, oil/canvas, MFA Boston

James Goodwyn Clonney (1812-1867), Fishing Party near New Rochelle, 1847, 25 by 36 inches, col. Thyessen Bornemisma, Spain

Jasper Cropsey (1826-1900), View from Hastings of the Hudson River, 1895, 14 by 26 inches, oil/canvas, col. Newington-Cropsey Foundation

William M. Davis (1829-1920), An Inlet on Long Island Sound, 10 by 15 inches, oil/canvas

Francoise DeBloise (1829-1913), Pelham Manor 1874, 13 by 19 inches, oil/canvas, signed and title lower left.

Francoise Debloise (1829-1913), Shore of Long Island Sound, 20 by 36 inches, oil/canvas

Victor De Grailly (French, 19th C.), Anthony's Nose as seen from old Dunderberg Mountain Road, 21 by 25 inches, oil/canvas

Private Collection

John Henry Dolph (1835-1903), Haying near New Rochelle, NY, 30 by 48 inches, Private Collection, Mount Kisco, MY

Blanch Dolmach (20th C.), Scarborough Station, Hudson Line, 30 by 40 inches, oil/canvas

Blanch Dolmach (20th C.), The Mothball Fleet off of Dunderberg, late 1960's, 30 by 40 inches, oil/canvas

Thomas Charles Farrer (1839-1891), Tappan Zee on the Hudson, 5 by 14-1/2 inches, wc/paper

William Hart (1829-1894), Autumn in Mount Vernon, NY, 10 by 12 inches, oil/canvas. Hart retired to Mt. Vernon in the 1880's.

Richard William Hubbard (1816-1888), Scene on the Hudson River near Ossining, 14 by 24 inches, oil/canvas, col: ULC, NY

Edward Gay (1837-1920), View of Long Island Sound near Pelham Manor, 24 by 36 inches, oil/canvas, titled verso

Edward Gay (1837-1920), View of Long Island Sound from Glen Island, New Rochelle, 24 by 36 inches, oil/canvas

Edward Gay (1837-1920), Hudson River Scene with the Catskills in the Distance, 25 by 30 inches, oil/canvas

Sanford Robinson Gifford (1823-1880), View of Hook Mountain from Croton Point, 1866, 8 by 19 inches, oil/canvas, col. Yale University

George Harvey (1800-1878), Scene near Chappaqua, 7 by 11 inches, wc/paper. Harvey designed Sunnyside, Washington Irvings home.

David Johnson (1827-1908), View of the Hudson River from the Palisades, 1871, 11 by 15 inches, oil/canvas

Exhibited at the National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1871

David Johnson (1827-1908), Scene on the Hutchinson River, Mount Vernon, 1876, 18 by 26 inches, oil/canvas, col. Newington Cropsey Founbdation

William Ruckarby Miller (1818-1893), Scene near Pierre Lorillard's Mill, Bronx River, 1851, 14 by 22 inches, wc/paper

Formerly a part of Westchester, now the New York Botannical Gardens.

William Rickarby Miller (1818-1893), Carls Mill on the Pocantico River, Sleepy Hollow, NY, 34 by 50 inches, oil/canvas

Charles Herbert Moore (1840-1930), Morning over New York, 1861, 12 by 30 inches, oil/canvas

Edward W. Nichols (1819-1871), View from Indian Point looking towards Anthony's Nose and Bear Mountain, 12 by 20 inches, oil/canvas

Private Collection, Warwick, NY

Don Nice, Tappan Zee Lighthouse, 1985, wc/paper

Don Nice, Haverstraw Bay 1985, wc/paper

Don Nice, Palisades I, 1985, wc/paper

Don Nice, Palisades II, 1985, wc/paper

Hal Robinson (1875-1933), Flower Delivery, Christmas Eve, Bronxville, 30 by 40 inches, oil/canvas

Hal Robinson (1875-1933), The Bronxville Trolley, 10 by 8 inches, oil/canvas

Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978), Revenge of the Manikin with the Hudson in the Distance, 1942, 30 by 40 inches, oil/canvas, Private Collection, CT

 

Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978), High Tor in Spring, 1947, 24 by 30 inches, oil/canvas/plywood, Private Collection, CT

Cordray Simmons (1888-1970), Washington Irving's home, Sunnyside, 24 by 30 inches, oil/panel

Jesse Talbot (1806-1879), Pastoral Scene near the Croton River, 10 by 14 inches, oil/canvas

Alfred Wordsworth Thompson (1840-1896), Passing the Outpost, 24 by 36 inches, oil/canvas, col ULC, NY

The British occupied Manhattan and just north of that until Evacuation Day, Nov. 1783, causing it to be "No-mans land."

1892 USGS map of Peekskill    1892 USGS map of Somers

1892 USGS Map of Croton and Ossining    1898 USGS map of Bedford

1902 USGS map of Tarrytown    1902 USGS map of Armonk and Portchester

1900 USGS map of Rye and L.I. Sound

1891 USGS map of Yonkers       1891 USGS map of New Rochelle and Pelham

 

Other on-line art catalogues and exhibitions of distinction:

1. The First Review of Thomas Cole, Nov. 22, 1825 from the New York Evening Post

2. The Hudson River School, Then and Now

3. Recently rediscovered Fine Art of the American South

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funding ideas:

Hudson River Fund Grant Proposals        Consolidated Edison's NY City Environmental Fund