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Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop (Expired

Inness - Evolution of a Hudson River Painter into Am. Modernism, Montclair, NJ (#109)

A painting is created using George Inness' techniques, at a spot overlooking the Manhattan skyline.. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.

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Series Description: This lively and entertaining series explores moments in painting and art history in a unique format and offers an unrivaled blend of art, history, travel, science, philosophy and how-to technique. In each episode, noted painter and teacher David Dunlop travels to sites that were painted by celebrated artists in the U.S. and Europe, such as Monet's water lily garden in Giverny; Van Gogh's asylum in Provence; and Kaaterskill Falls, which was painted by the Hudson River painters. After discussing the history of the artist's work, Dunlop places his easel at the same place that the artists set their easels and paints that famous landscape himself in the same style. He explains each step of the process and reveals techniques and secrets of the masters. Finally, Dunlop works with one of his students to incorporate those techniques into his or her painting. The series is intended for the artist and the general audience as well.

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