American School Watercolor Landscape Painting
Product Summary: In the American School tradition of American landscape painting, this landscape study is in the medium of watercolor. Influenced by the Hudson River School during the mid 19th century, the Hudson River school of painting and the second generation of the Hudson River school which drew its influence beyond the Catskills, the Hudson River Valley and geographical radius focused on the romanticism of nature and the magnificent landscapes of America.
This work in that tradition would typically be considered a study work or sketch that would be a precursor to a more substantial work, perhaps a canvas using oil paint. Examples of such study works can be found by artists such as Asher Durand, William Trost Richards, John Fredrick Kensett, and Martain Johnson Heade.
Signed T.S. Hilton, circa 1890-1900. While no direct records of T.S. Hilton exist by all accounts, he was probably a semi-professional artist.
Size: 7 x 10 inches the sheet
Condition: With toning to the paper, surface and mounting residue, and some warping to the sheet
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