Friday, May 4, 2012

Thomas Moran

Thomas Moran (1837-1926) was an English-born artist who became one of the greatest painters of the Hudson River School. While some of his paintings were of the eastern US, the bulk of his work had as its subject matter the Rocky Mountains and the Far West.

Lots of Moran resources online, including a great feature at the National Gallery of Art.

This first set of Moran paintings (there will be more in later posts) is focused on paintings of eastern landscapes. 

 East Hampton, Long Island (1919)

Autumn on the Wissahickon (1864)

 Cresheim Glen, Wissahickon, Autumn (1864)

 Forest Scene (1870)

 Nutting, Autumn (1864)

 Old Windmill, East Hampton, Long Island, New York (1912)

 Ponce de Leon in Florida (1877-78)

 The Old Bridge over Hook Pond, East Hampton, Long Island, New York (1907)

 Under the Trees (The Autumnal Woods) (1865)
This is my favorite painting by Moran.

Woodland Interior with Rocky Stream (1864)

View of East Hampton (1900)

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