Robert S. Duncanson's landscapes--19th century Hudson River School or an anti-slavery narrative?
|Concept 1||Concept 2||Concept 3||Concept 4||Concept 5|
|Artist||Genre||Nation/Region||Time Period||Peer Artists|
|Artist's name||landscape*||America*||19th century||Thomas Cole|
|Hudson River School||Hudson River School|
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