David Johnson, ‘View of the Hudson from Barrytown, New York’, 1872, Questroyal Fine Art
David Johnson, ‘View of the Hudson from Barrytown, New York’, 1872, Questroyal Fine Art
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David Johnson

View of the Hudson from Barrytown, New York, 1872

Oil on canvas
12 × 20 13/100 in
30.5 × 51.1 cm
$125,000
location
New York
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About the work
Signature
Monogrammed and dated lower right: DJ. 72; on verso: Near Barrytown. H. R. / David Johnson. 1872.
David Johnson
American, 1827–1908
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David Johnson’s delicate panoramic landscapes and feathery brushwork earned him the nickname “the American Rousseau”. He was a member of the second generation of Hudson River School artists, and like his contemporaries, he worked directly from nature on sketching trips throughout upstate New York, often creating …

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David Johnson, ‘View of the Hudson from Barrytown, New York’, 1872, Questroyal Fine Art
David Johnson, ‘View of the Hudson from Barrytown, New York’, 1872, Questroyal Fine Art
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About the work
Signature
Monogrammed and dated lower right: DJ. 72; on verso: Near Barrytown. H. R. / David Johnson. 1872.
David Johnson
American, 1827–1908
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David Johnson’s delicate panoramic landscapes and feathery brushwork earned him the nickname “the …

Read more

David Johnson’s delicate panoramic landscapes and feathery brushwork earned him the nickname “the American Rousseau”. He was a member of the second generation of Hudson River School artists, and like his contemporaries, he worked directly from nature on sketching trips throughout upstate New York, often creating …

Read more

David Johnson

View of the Hudson from Barrytown, New York, 1872

Oil on canvas
12 × 20 13/100 in
30.5 × 51.1 cm
$125,000
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.