Monday, August 13, 2007


I went to the New York Historical Society where I saw the exhibition, Nature and the American Vision: The Hudson River School at the New York Historical Society, about which I expressed an interest in a prior post. In the gallery, I realized that I had visited this show once before when I recognized almost all of the paintings. The ones which I didn't recognize I think were paintings that had been added to the exhibition since my last visit. I think Nature and the American Vision is a continuing exhibition in which the museum is rotating its 100 plus collection of Hudson River School paintings.

While at the NYHS, I also checked out The World of Asher B. Durand: The Artist in Antebellum New York.

Following my visit to the museum, I met up with Adrienne at a cafe in midtown. Adrienne has her own blog about her continuing bout with Hodgkin's Disease: Adrienne's Updates She was very helpful as she shared her perspective about the allogeneic transplant experience.


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