George Herbert McCord is a well-known second generation Hudson River School artist. A painter of landscapes and seascapes, art critic, and instructor, McCord was born in New York and studied at home and in Europe. After being elected an associate of the National Academy in 1880, he established a studio in Morristown, New Jersey in 1883. He returned to Brooklyn, New York in the mid-1890s. His early work reflected the style of the Hudson River School, and his later works have a more romantic quality, often depicting landscapes at sunset, twilight, and in the snow. He frequently painted scenes of Morris County, as well as New England, Canada, Florida, and the West.
Boat at Low Tide, oil on board, 9 1/2 x 13 inches, 19 x 22 1/4 framed.
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