The Stone palette: lithographs in 19th-century france
January 10 - March 15, 2015, Hoopes Gallery
Thirty-one prints from The Hyde's Tobin Sparling Family Collection explore lithography as a creative medium in 19th-Century France. It is a virtual survey of many of the important French artists who found a new level of creative freedom by creating lithographic prints.
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Wild Nature: Masterworks from the Adirondack museum
January 18 - April 12, 2015, Wood Gallery
Sixty-two stunning masterworks reveals how images of the Adirondack landscape shaped America's perception of the wilderness and how, in turn, created wilderness as a national icon. Works include paintings, rarely exhibited photographs, and prints dating from the 19th to the early 21st century. Viewers local to the Adirondack region will see many familiar places such as Ausable Chasm, Lake George, and Schroon Lake, in their past wild form.
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The Charles R. Wood Exhibition Fund
Godefroy Englemann, German (1788-1839), working in France, Monkey and Dog, ca. 1817, lithograph, 11 7/8 x 9 7/8 in., The Hyde Collection, The Sparling Family Collection, 2014.2.25
Sanford Robinson Gifford, American (1823-1880), A Twilight in the Adirondacks, 1864, oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in., Adirondack Museum, 1963.124.2. Photo: Richard and Elizabeth Walker