Gallery

This page is an index of as many of the paintings and images that Kelly and Andrew reference in class as possible.  Use this as a point of reference when making connections in your writing and in class discussion.

Week One

Asher B. Durand – Progress The Advance of Civilization (1853)

Frederick Edwin Church, Cotopaxi (1862)

Frederick Edwin Church, Cotopaxi (1855)

Albert Bierstadt, Looking Down Yosemite Valley (1864

Ansel Adams, Monolith, Face of Half Dome, Yosemite (1927)

Week Two

Labor Day — Class did not meet.

Week Three

Salvator Rosa, Bandits on a Rocky Coast (c. 1656)

Salvator Rosa, Rocky Landscape with Hunters and Warriors (c. 1650-70)

Philippe de Loutherbourge, “Avalanche in the Alps” (1803

Nicolas Poussin, “Et in Arcadia Ego”

Claude Lorrain, “Pastoral Landscape” (1648)

John Constable, “The Haywain”

John Constable, “Deadham Vale” (1802)

J.M.W. Turner, “Tintern Abbey” (c. 1795)

J.M.W. Turner, “Dolbadern Castle” (1800)

Capability Brown, Blenheim Palace (18th century)

Capability Brown, Blenheim Palace (18th century)

Capability Brown, Blenheim Palace (18th century)

Week Four

Thomas Cole, “View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm (The Oxbow),” (1836)

Frederic Edwin Church, “Niagara Falls” (1857)

Frederic Edwin Church, “Twilight in the Wilderness” (1860)

Caspar David Friedrich, “Wanderer Above the Mists” (1817-18)

Week Five

Anonymous, Elizabeth Clarke Freake and Baby Mary (c. 1671-74)

John Smibert, “The Bermuda Group: Dean George Berkeley and His Family” (1729)

Joseph Blackburn, “Isaac Winslow and His Family” (1755)

Edward Hicks, “The Peaceable Kingdom” (c. 1834)

John Gast, “American Progress” (1872)

Emmanuel Leutze, study for “Westward The Course of Empire Takes its Way (Westward Ho!)” (1861)

Emmanuel Leutze, “Westward the Course of Empire Takes its Way (Westward Ho!” (1861), US Capitol Building

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