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Thomas Cole Founder of the Hudson River School Pattern Set for Segmation SegPlay® PC released (see more details here)
Thomas Cole (1801-1848) was an American artist who is regarded as the Founder of the Hudson River School. This school represented an art movement that emphasized realistic and detailed portraits of the American landscape with themes of romanticism and naturalism. Thomas Cole was born in England, but moved to the United States as a youth. His talents for painting were soon discovered and his works focused on landscapes. He also painted allegorical works including his famous “The Course of Empire” series. Our large set of Thomas Cole paintings includes many of his most recognized works including “The Oxbow”, “The Garden of Eden”, “The Fountain of Vaucluse”, “A View near Tivoli”, “Falls of Kaaterskill”, “Il Penseroso”, “The Course of Empire Consummation”, “Autumn in the Catskills”, “Arch of Nero”, “Mount Aetna from Taormina”, “Home in the Woods”, “Self Portrait”, and “Titan’s Goblet”.
This set contains over 41 paintable patterns.
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