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Home At Last: Paintings of the Hudson River School Deemed an “Impressive Show” by ARTnews!

Chelsea DeLay | May 24th, 2013 | Posted in News

Questroyal’s annual spring exhibition of Hudson River School paintings is eagerly anticipated each year as a showcase for the genre of art which forms a significant portion of our gallery’s inventory.  Each year, we are excited to unveil scenes of the American landscape that capture the spirit of a newly-emerging American art form, and this year’s Home At Last: Paintings of the Hudson River School featured a selection of 19th-century paintings that achieved just that. This exhibition was anchored by some of the biggest names in Hudson River School painting, including Albert Bierstadt, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Thomas Cole, Thomas Doughty, Asher B. Durand, Jasper Francis Cropsey, George Inness, and William Trost RichardsARTnews was able to stop in to see Home At Last and their review was published in the recent May issue, read the article by clicking here!

 

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Chelsea DeLay is a Researcher at Questroyal Fine Art. Chelsea earned her MA in art business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York, and her BA in art history and classical studies. Her interest in American paintings first began while working at an auction house on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, and has multiplied exponentially since joining the Questroyal team.