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The Museum Store features carefully curated objects inspired by our exhibitions and by our world class permanent collections of fine art, photography, and textiles. Find artful accessories for your home, creative playthings for children of all ages, or gifts to please any art lover.  Our friendly, professional staff will welcome you and help you find the perfect gift. Visiting the Museum Store is always free.

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American Vision: Hudson River School paintings boxed notecards
This box of notecards includes fifteen 5” x 7” cards, three each of five images of Hudson River School paintings including Catskill Creek, N. Y. by Thomas Cole, one of the important landscapes in our upcoming exhibition The Poetry of Nature: Hudson River School Landscapes from the New-York Historical SocietyThis pretty box of notes is perfect for birthdays, thank you notes, or sympathy cards.



The Hudson River School: Artistic Pioneers DVD

In the vicinity of New York's Hudson River Valley, the Adirondack Mountains, Catskill Mountains, and the White Mountains of New Hampshire, a group of American painters led by British born artist Thomas Cole forged an artistic vision of the American wilderness. This was the first American school of landscape painting that emerged between 1825 and 1880. Thomas Cole, Asher Durand, Jasper Cropsey, Albert Bierstadt, and Frederic Church would impress the world with their creative brilliance and wondrous vision. On canvas they would bring to life nineteenth-century America through imagination, interpretation, color, and conviction, and they would craft an idealistic, identifiable narrative of an ever-changing nation. This template would soon attract fervid followers and avid admirers. This seventy-minute DVD focuses on the artists and their message: the movement that came to be known as the Hudson River School.