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Fenimore Museum exhibit to feature works by famous and lesser-known American artists


Thomas Cole, the man largely responsible for the American art movement known as the Hudson River School, painted "View of the Schoharie" in 1826. (image courtesy of the Fenimore Art Museum)
Thomas Cole, the man largely responsible for the American art movement known as the Hudson River School, painted "View of the Schoharie" in 1826. (image courtesy of the Fenimore Art Museum)
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We know what happened to Laura Hall. As for James Brown, the talented man who wonderfully put her likeness on canvas in 1808, we know very little. Brown’s large painting, titled simply “Laura Hall,” will be one of 55 pieces of art on display in “American Masters: From Thomas Cole to Grandma Moses,” opening Saturday at the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown and running through June 2. The exhibit will return later in the year ...

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