Hudson River school of painting: last day for this show

Today’s the very last day for a wonderful traveling exhibition at the Blanton Museum. There’s still time to get there before it closes at five.

It’s called “American Scenery: Different Views in Hudson River School Painting.” Views of the Susquehanna, Hudson, Saco, and other rivers and panoramas of Niagara, Lake George, Saranac astonish in their beauty. The 119 works of art are for the most part quite small, and the frames are as interesting as the art displayed within them. There’s always instructional material in addition to the labels mounted on the walls; look in the slots in the middle of the banks of benches in the exhibition halls.

The Blanton cafe and gift shop are worth visits for their own sake. There’s a gift in every price range for every age: books, toys, stationery, tabletop items, and much, much more.

1 Comment so far

  1. Samantha Youngblood (unregistered) on May 14th, 2012 @ 1:43 pm

    Thank you for writing about the American Scenery exhibition
    at the Blanton Museum of Art. That exhibition has closed, but we
    still have the Go West exhibition on view through the summer
    and two new exhibitions opening June 10:
    — Samantha, Blanton Museum of Art

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