The Hudson River School: Nature and the American Vision, features 45 masterworks by Hudson River School artists on loan from the New York Historical Society through September 3rd.
Painters of the so-called Hudson River School in the mid-19th century became known for their romantic work celebrating the American landscape.
"We are delighted with this unique opportunity to present such a distinguished and important collection for our Members and guests," said Don Bacigalupi, Crystal Bridges executive director. "The Hudson River School celebrates the landscapes around them in these spectacular works, creating a milestone American movement that we also sought to highlight in the Museum's own permanent collection. This exhibition is the perfect complement."
Admission to the exhibition is free to Crystal Bridges members, and $5 per person for non-members. There is no charge for guests under age 18. Timed, reserved tickets are required for admission to the exhibition.
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