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The Hudson River School paintings were the result of a mid-19th century art movement founded by a group of oil painting landscape artists and based on Romanticism, and named after the Hudson River area and its surroundings; the Catskill Mountains, the Adirondacks and the White mountains. It is because of these associations that Hudson river school paintings derived their name. The founders of the movement were Thomas Cole and his close friend Asher Durand along with artists, Frederic Edwin Church, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran and Jasper Francis Cropsey. Many of their Hudson River paintings can now be bought today as Hudson River School reproductions. Their inspiration came from the European landscape painters JMW Turner, Claude Lorrain and John Constable. Hudson River School oil paintings allow the viewer to enjoy the beauty of the Canadian landscape.
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