Jasper Francis Cropsey was a Hudson River School painter whose works were rediscovered by collectors and galleries during the 1960s. His poor health as a young boy afforded him periods of absence from school, during which he taught himself to draw. Later, he trained as an architect while learning to paint in watercolor and oil. He met Thomas Cole, Asher B. Durand, Frederic Edwin Church and George Inness on sketching excursions along the Eastern Seaboard, and toured to Europe in 1847. His art reflects a conception of nature as an emanation of the divine, and a patriotic affiliation with the unspoiled qualities of the American landscape.
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Jasper Francis Cropsey : “Mount Washington, New Hampshire” (1870)
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