Thomas Cole's Journey: Atlantic Crossings
This book chronicles the intricate landscape art created by Thomas Cole following his travels around Europe from 1829 to 1832.
Despite being one of America's most popular landscape artists, Cole was actually born in England. This book examines, for the first time, the artist's European roots and their link to his transatlantic career path, which he explored through his art. The result is a dynamic series of landscapes.
Discover some of the artist's seminal works, including The Oxbow and The Cause of Empire, in this immersive catalogue.
|Author||Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser|
|Dimensions||24.9 x 3 x 28.2 cm|
|Publisher||Metropolitan Museum of Art|
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