Havell Painting Featured in River Exhibit

Panoramas of the Hudson and Thames rivers are the subject of an exhibit at the Hudson River Museum.

A panoramic Robert Havell, Jr., landscape looking north to Croton Point in the days before the railroad cut off Eagle Bay was loaned by the Ossining Historical Society to the Hudson River Museum for its exhibit  The Panoramic River: the Hudson and the Thames.

The exhibit includes other beautiful examples of the Hudson River School of painting and shows new ways of seeing two iconic rivers ─ the Hudson, America’s “first river,” and England’s ancient Thames. 

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