Worthington Wittredge Painting

Crossing the River Platte, 1871



10 Responses to “Worthington Wittredge Painting”

  1. May 28, 2016 at 12:09 AM

    I love his work! I’ve been studying the Hudson River School Artists for years trying to hone my landscapes to get to their level. Worthington Wittredge is the first Hudson River School artist’s work I fell in love with.

    You’re the first person I’ve run across that has shown him or mentioned him!

    I only have one book from the school of the artists works but, I’ve got a few more on my wish list.

  2. May 27, 2016 at 12:17 PM

    An amazing painting. Without the war and fight of land it must have been like paradise – But I might be wrong. Beautiful it is ❤

  3. May 27, 2016 at 4:18 AM

    I would like to see the painting but without a link to view larger it is a bit too small to see.

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