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Collection: Luminism

Luminism is an American landscape painting style of the 1850s to 1870s, characterized by effects of light in landscape, through the use of aerial perspective and the concealment of visible brushstrokes. Luminist landscapes emphasize tranquility, and often depict calm, reflective water and a soft, hazy sky. Artists who were most central to the development of the luminist style include Fitz Hugh LaneMartin Johnson HeadeSanford Gifford, and John F. Kensett. Painters with a less clear affiliation include Frederic Edwin ChurchJasper CropseyAlbert BierstadtWorthington WhittredgeRaymond Dabb YellandAlfred Thompson BricherJames Augustus Suydam, and David Johnson. Some precursor artists are George Harvey and Robert Salmon. {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luminism_(American_art_style)}
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Hunter Mountain, Twilight by Sanford Robinson Gifford
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Indian Encampment by Worthington Whittredge
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Ten Pound Island, Gloucester by Francis A. Silva
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The Sidewheeler "The City of St. Paul" on the Mississippi River, Dubuque, Iowa by Alfred Thompson Bricher
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Lake George from Bolton's Landing by Alfred Thompson Bricher
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Morning in the Hudson, Haverstraw Bay by Sanford Robinson Gifford
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The Iceberg by Frederic Edwin Church
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The Parthenon by Frederic Edwin Church
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