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THE ADIRONDACKS | Arts in The Adirondacks | PBS

Duration: 05:12

www.pbs.org/theadirondacks/ We'll discover the celebrated tradition of fine arts in THE ADIRONDACKS which began in the mid-1800s, when Thomas Cole first painted here. We'll sit alongside Shirl Ireland as she captures a beautiful Adirondack scenic using a technique called Plein Air, or open air, painting. We'll also take a moment to admire a few of the hundreds of works created by storied Adirondack painters, Winslow Homer and Rockwell Kent.

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Post Date: June 10, 2008