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a landscape oil painting with a large rock formation in the center, surrounded by trees and greenery. In the center of the painting there is a person on a white horse who is small in comparison to the rest of the scene. The horse is crossing a very shallow stream

Thomas Cole, The Mountain Ford, ca. 1846 (image courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art, www.metmusem.org)



Alumnus Alan C. Braddock (Ph.D. 2002) will present a paper at the National Gallery in London as part of the conference “Thomas Cole: Location and Dislocation in the Age of Empires,” taking place October 5-6. Braddock is currently the Ralph H. Wark Associate Professor of Art History & American Studies at the he College of William & Mary. HIs paper is titled “No Pic-Nic: Ecology and the Trouble with Wilderness in American Landscape Art.”

This conference marks the end of the exhibition “Thomas Cole: Eden to Empire.” For more information, visit the National Gallery website.  

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