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Paintings of California

California has an incredible diversity of landscapes: from the high peaks of Yosemite and the Sierras to the sloping hillsides of wine countries such as Mariposa, Napa, and Paso Robles; from rugged rocky coastlines to smoothly curving sandy beaches; from the high desert to Death Valley; from redwood forests to Joshua Tree forests; California has something for everyone. Home to the revivification of impressionism in the United States, Californian artists inspired the California Impressionist Movement and California Plein Air painting in the 1900s. This movement lives on in Erin Hanson's open impressionist works, many of which depict the varied landscapes found in her home state. One of Hanson's eponymous galleries is located in California's beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea, an area that has inspired artists including Paul Hampden Dougherty, Mary DeNeale Morgan, Armin Hansen, Roi Clarkson Colman, and, of course, Erin Hanson. 

California has an incredible diversity of landscapes: from the high peaks of Yosemite and the Sierras to the sloping hillsides of wine countries such as Mariposa, Napa, and Paso Robles; from rugged rocky coastlines to smoothly curving sandy beaches; from the high desert to Death Valley; from redwood forests to Joshua Tree forests; California has something for everyone. Home to the revivification of impressionism in the United States, Californian artists inspired the California Impressionist Movement and California Plein Air painting in the 1900s. This movement lives on in Erin Hanson's open impressionist works, many of which depict the varied landscapes found in her home state. One of Hanson's eponymous galleries is located in California's beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea, an area that has inspired artists including Paul Hampden Dougherty, Mary DeNeale Morgan, Armin Hansen, Roi Clarkson Colman, and, of course, Erin Hanson. 

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