Doughty: View of the Fairmount Waterworks, Philadelphia, from the West Bank of the Schuylkill River Canvas
The first native artist to specialize in landscape, the Philadelphia-born Doughty displays all his delicacy and skill in this picture. Based on observation and dedicated to a sense of accurate topography, his view pays tribute to the beauties of the Delaware Valley. Fine, feathered brushwork and pearly colors create a soft and atmospheric effect. Such work established a model for the younger Thomas Cole, who would join Doughty to lead the Hudson River School.
This archival canvas print can be a reference, a keepsake, a gift, or wall décor for your home or office.
- Museum exclusive
- 15.25 x 22 inches unframed
- Unframed is stretched over 1.5-inch-deep bars with the sides tinted a natural off-white color.
- Printed with archival quality inks on a high-resolution, large format 12-color printer.
- Printed on high quality artist grade canvas that has a tight, natural weave to maximize image quality.
- Made in the USA