Early American Art

American neoclassicism and romanticism.

Neoclassicism: painting of a family together, realistic.
Neoclassicism: Scene of an ordinary boy, realistic.
Neoclassicism: an ordinary woman sewing, realistic
Romanticism: a landscape, semi-realistic, the colors are exaggerated
Romanticism: exaggerated sky and scenery
Romanticism: scenery and people, colors exaggerated, Western landscape.
Hudson River School: romanticized painting of a landscape, painted by an eastern artist.
Hudson River School: romanticized painting of a landscape, painted by an eastern artist.
Hudson River School: exaggerated landscape, many colors, by Thomas Cole (a Hudson River School artist)
Hudson River School: landscape, made more magical than it could really look, romanticized.
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