Casilear took long summer trips in the northeastern United States, filling his sketchbooks with studies for future oil paintings. Here, he creates a typical Claude Lorrain-inspired American landscape that is a prime example of Hudson River school American painting.


  • Title: In the Catskills, Hudson River
  • Creator: John William Casilear
  • Date Created: 1840/1893
  • Physical Dimensions: 19 1/2 × 38 1/2 inches
  • Medium: Oil on composition board

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