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19th Century American Landscape : Queens…
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19th Century American Landscape : Queens County Art and Cultural Center,… (1972)

by Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mary Davis, John K. Howat

Other authors: Thomas Hoving (Introduction)

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Davis, Marymain authorall editionsconfirmed
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American landscape painting, which enjoyed its first and most telling growth in the Nineteenth Century, was a convincing reflection of the primeval and fresh aspect of our burgeoning country.
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