Thomas Doughty

1793-1856 America-Romanticism Landscapes

 

Brief Biography-Thomas Doughty of Philadelphia specialised in landscape painting after he rejected his initial profession as a leather currier. He had a relatively short tuition period in art; nonetheless, with his talents quickly recognised, he enjoyed a meteoric rise to being a successful landscapist. His work centred mostly around the Hudson River and Doughty spent time in Washington, Baltimore, New York and Boston. During his Boston stay, he made several trips to the White Mountains. He entered the National Academy of Design and travelled to England on two occasions. He was one of the first recognised artists of the Hudson River School; however, critics say later artists of the movement well exceeded his work.

 

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Fanciful
Landscape

Fanciful Landscape

Crossing
the Brook

Girls Crossing the Brook

Harbor
Landscape

Harbor Landscape

Harper's Ferry-
Virginia

Harper's Ferry-Virginia

Hunter and Dog near
Fishkill-New York

Hunter and Dog near Fishkill-New York

In the
Catskills

In the Catskills

Landscape with
Waterfall

Landscape with Waterfall

Landscape after
Ruisdael

Landscape after Ruisdael

Palisades Near
Fort Lee

Palisades Near Fort Lee

Ruins in a
Landscape

Ruins in a Landscape

Scituate Beach
Massachusetts

Scituate Beach Massachusetts

View on the Saint
Croix River-

View on the Saint Croix River near Robbinston