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|At Storm King on the Hudson River, New York. (just north of West Point).|
Attributed to John Denison Crocker , 19th century. Powerful. Terrific example of 19th century admiration of the beauty and the scale of nature.
|Location of Origin: North America|
|Medium/Materials: oil on canvas|
|Dimensions: 29.5 by 37.5 inches, frame size|
|Primary Classification: Folk Art and Americana : Paintings, Prints & Multiples|
|Secondary Classification: Antique Picture Frames and Fine Art for Sale : American Art|
|Excellent condition. Minor in-painting. Original stretcher.|
John Denison Crocker (Norwich, CT. 1822-1907). On an aesthetic level, Crocker's work is comparable to any of his era. In its historical value to southeastern Connecticut, the state and the region, Crocker's work can be likened to that of Benjamin West, Thomas Cole and Frederic Church. The artist's works hang in all major Connecticut museums, with the largest holding at the Slater Museum.
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