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"The Oxbow" by Thomas Cole – Oil on Canvas – 1836

View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm, commonly known as The Oxbow, is a seminal landscape paining by Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School. The painting depicts a panorama of the Connecticut River Valley and has been interpreted as a confrontation between wilderness and civilization. Nearly two centuries later, much of my photography concerns this ongoing interphase between nature and human endeavor.