Nature and American Art
Experience the natural beauty of the United States through the eyes of artists in New-York Historical’s collection. Discover how an evolving understanding of science and the emergence of early conservation movements shaped the 19th-century work of naturalist John James Audubon and the landscape painters of the Hudson River School.
Docent Beth Skobel (Nature and American Art & First Jewish Americans) and introduced by Kristi Tremblay, Group Sales and Docent Manager.
The program will last 60-75 minutes, including 10-15 minutes for Q&A