William and James Hart and Albany at Mid-Nineteenth Century
by Kehne, Donna
1982. Hardcover. VG. Student paper, kept in three-ringed dark green plastic notebook. 25 leaves, 1 BW illus. A student paper that considers the lives and artistic careers of brothers William Hart (1822-1894) and James Hart (1828-1901), Hudson River landscape painters who lived in Albany in the 1840s-1850s. Also attends to the status of the art community in the capital city of Albany during this time period.
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