Essays | Hudson River School - Part 2

Exploring Maine’s Appeal: Landscapes and Lobsters

Chelsea DeLay | July 24th, 2014 | Posted in Essays

During the nineteenth century, awareness of Maine’s striking landscape was raised in part due to the first generation of Hudson River School artists. The coastal towns and

Canvassing the White Mountains: Icons of Place Opens this Weekend at the Historical Society of Cheshire County

Chelsea DeLay | June 20th, 2014 | Posted in Essays

In today’s world, an eye-catching photo with a witty or interesting caption paired with an effective use of content-related hashtags is all it takes for a person or place to start trending

The “Reformers” and “Re-Makers” of the American Identity

Chelsea DeLay | June 9th, 2014 | Posted in Essays

During the nineteenth century, American culture demonstrated a particularly strong relationship between art and literature; Hudson River School painters and our nation’s poets were united by

Summer Travel Advice from Hudson River School Painters

Chelsea DeLay | May 30th, 2014 | Posted in Essays

The sun is shining and the temperatures are rising, which means that summer is almost here! It’s hard to believe that the month of June is already knocking on our doors, yet

“Fishtail” Highlights the American West at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

Chelsea DeLay | April 28th, 2014 | Posted in Essays

Last week, the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival transformed New York City into a mecca for cinephiles and celebrities alike, who flocked to theaters to view this year’s selection of nominated narratives, documentaries, features, and