3 edition of National Gallery of Art American Masterpiece Address Book found in the catalog.
National Gallery of Art American Masterpiece Address Book
December 1983 by Galison Books .
Written in English
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Frederic Edwin Church, (born May 4, , Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.—died April 7, , near New York, New York), American Romantic landscape painter who was one of the most prominent members of the Hudson River school.. Church studied with the painter Thomas Cole at his home in Catskill, New York, and they remained friends throughout their lives.
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£ Sort By Price (highest to lowest) Price (lowest to. Publication Year: Author: National Gallery of Art Staff, John Walker Language: English Format: Book, Trade Cloth ISBN: Detailed item info Product Identifiers ISBN ISBN Key Details Author John Walker, National Gallery of Art Staff Number Of Pages pages Edition Description Revised Format Hardcover/5(29).
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