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'Disentangling Art: How the Adirondacks Changed Landscape Painting' Online

When: Tue., Feb. 23, 7-8:15 p.m. 2021
Email: admin@thegrangehall.info
Price: Free
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The Grange Hall in Whallonsburg, N.Y., presents a virtual talk with Katherine Manthorne, who analyzes paintings of the Adirondack wilderness to show how this distinctive terrain pushed Hudson River School Artists to develop new pictorial strategies; and James McElhinney, who unpacks an alternate backstory to how the Adirondacks shaped American landscape art. Preregistration required.

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