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c. 1845 Federal

Thomas Cole National Historic Site

Thomas Cole (1801-1848) is the founder of the art movement known as the Hudson River School, establishing an approach to landscape painting that dominated American art for over 50 years. Cole's early paintings of nature untouched by human development reinforced notions of America as a new Eden, and launched America's first indigenous art movement. Today you can visit his Federal style brick home with a magnificent view of the Catskill Mountains, as well as his original studio building, where many of his best known masterpieces were created. Within 15 miles of his home are many of the landscapes that Cole painted, and a map is available to guide you to the views that appear in his paintings.

Thomas Cole National Historic Site

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The Thomas Cole National Historic Site
PO Box 426
218 Spring St
Catskill, NY 12414

Phone: 518-943-7465
Fax: 518.943.0652

www.thomascole.org/

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PO Box 426
218 Spring St
Catskill, NY 12414

Phone: 518-943-7465
Fax: 518.943.0652

www.thomascole.org/

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