Mountain and Waterfall, attributed to Thomas Hill
Hill’s work was often driven by a vision resulting from his experiences with nature. Mountain and Waterfall along with much of Hill’s artwork, embodies the sublime character of the nineteenth-century American West and has become iconic of the Californian landscape.
Unknown creator. Work is attributed to Thomas Hill.
1850 - 1890 ca.
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Wayne, New Jersey
Gilded Age; 1870s - 1890s
Late Nineteenth Century
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Painting; oil on paper on masonite
15 x 19 ¼ inches