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Thomas Moran

Point Lobos, Monterey, California, 1912

Oil on canvas
30 3/16 × 40 1/4 in
76.7 × 102.2 cm
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White House Historical Association
Washington DC
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This landscape of Point Lobos by Thomas Moran was completed in 1912. The distinctive rocky …

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This landscape of Point Lobos by Thomas Moran was completed in 1912. The distinctive rocky shoreline of the California coast in this scene is surrounded by green vegetation, with dark clouds looming out over the water. Although born in Britain, Moran is considered an important American artist for his paintings of the …

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Thomas Moran
American (English born), 1837–1926
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Yellowstone National Park exists today much to the credit of American landscape painter Thomas …

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Yellowstone National Park exists today much to the credit of American landscape painter Thomas Moran, whose 1870s renderings of its geysers, waterfalls, and hot springs helped convince Congress to create the United States' first national park. In his usual fashion, Moran had loosely sketched and painted field …

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White House Historical Association
Washington DC
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This landscape of Point Lobos by Thomas Moran was completed in 1912. The distinctive rocky …

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This landscape of Point Lobos by Thomas Moran was completed in 1912. The distinctive rocky shoreline of the California coast in this scene is surrounded by green vegetation, with dark clouds looming out over the water. Although born in Britain, Moran is considered an important American artist for his paintings of the …

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Image rights
White House Collection/White House Historical Association
Thomas Moran
American (English born), 1837–1926
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Yellowstone National Park exists today much to the credit of American landscape painter Thomas …

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Yellowstone National Park exists today much to the credit of American landscape painter Thomas Moran, whose 1870s renderings of its geysers, waterfalls, and hot springs helped convince Congress to create the United States' first national park. In his usual fashion, Moran had loosely sketched and painted field …

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Thomas Moran

Point Lobos, Monterey, California, 1912

Oil on canvas
30 3/16 × 40 1/4 in
76.7 × 102.2 cm
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