(1807 - 1859)
Henry Ary was active/lived in New York, Rhode Island. Henry Ary is known for landscape and portrait painting.
Biography Henry Ary
The resident artist of Hudson, New York in the mid-19th century and a
key artist in the Hudson River School of painting, Henry Ary had moved
to Hudson in the 1840s from his home town of Providence, Rhode Island.
is most noted for his town views of Olana and for nearby Mount
Merino. Sanford Gifford was often his sketching partner, and Ary
is credited with having influence on the quality of the early painting
of Gifford, who became much more famous than Ary. Another artist who
learned much from Ary was John Bunyan Bristol, who also lived and
painted in the Olana area.
In 1831, Ary was painting portraits
in Albany, and three years later moved to the Catskills where Thomas
Cole encouraged him to paint landscape
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