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Paintings of New England

Leaf-peeping is a New England tradition, and many painters have explored the multifaceted color variations afforded by the autumn season Artists like George Durrie, John Frederick Kensett, Grandma Moses, and Erin Hanson explored the beauty of autumnal leaves just before winter winds whisk them away. Hanson's paintings depict places like Acadia National Park, the White Mountains, Quill Hill, the Appalachian Trail, and many of the sights and pastoral scenery along the way.

Paintings of New England

Leaf-peeping is a New England tradition, and many painters have explored the multifaceted color variations afforded by the autumn season Artists like George Durrie, John Frederick Kensett, Grandma Moses, and Erin Hanson explored the beauty of autumnal leaves just before winter winds whisk them away. Hanson's paintings depict places like Acadia National Park, the White Mountains, Quill Hill, the Appalachian Trail, and many of the sights and pastoral scenery along the way.

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