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Experience the natural beauty of the United States through the eyes of artists in New-York Historical's collection. Discover how an evolving understanding of science and the emergence of early conservation movements shaped the 19th-century work of naturalist John James Audubon and the landscape painters of the Hudson River School.
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Image: Robert Havell Jr. (1793–1878), View of Hudson River from near Sing Sing, New York (detail), ca. 1850. Oil on canvas. New-York Historical Society, Purchase, Watson Fund, 1971.14