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Arts Everyday Living: Escaping Social Isolation: Take a Journey with U.S. Environmentalist Artists

Although most of us are still “social distancing” in our homes, we can still appreciate the beauty of America through the unforgettable landscapes of some of our greatest artists. Reposted blog.   THE FIRST ENVIRONMENTALIST ARTISTS: THOMAS COLE & THE HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL PAINTERS, PART I Take a journey with the Hudson River School artists, […]

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Arts Everyday Living: First Environmentalist Artists—$2.5 Million Dollar Iceberg

BE CERTAIN to click on the works of art to ENLARGE or ENHANCE them.     THE FIRST ENVIRONMENTALIST ARTISTS: FREDERIC CHURCH–MASTER OF ICEBERGS ________ For years, scientists have documented the rapid retreat of Arctic ice, from melting glaciers in Greenland to shrinking snow cover in far northern Eurasia. Now researchers have discovered one Arctic ice cap […]

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