Winter landscape.

Winter Landscape, 19th century

Oil on panelexpand_more

Gift of Mrs. Frank M. Mapesexpand_more  62.30

Not on Viewexpand_more

In his day, Hugh Bolton Jones was best known for his paintings of New England meadows. His landscapes reflect ideas of the Hudson River school, a group of painters who imbued their depictions of the American landscape with drama and emotion. Winter Landscape also shows Jones experimenting with the Impressionist style in his color choices and brushstroke technique.

Conservation of this painting was made possible by a generous contribution from Douglas and Mary Olson through the Art Champions program.


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Winter Landscape
Artist Life
1848 - 1927
Accession Number
Curator Approved

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Winter landscape.