(1827 - 1908)
David Johnson was active/lived in New York. David Johnson is known for landscape, some portrait, and still-life painting.
A landscape painter based in New York City and associated with the
second generation of Hudson River School painters, David Johnson was
noted for his ability to delineate accurately rock formations and
foliage. He was especially influenced by the work of Hudson River
painters Jasper Francis Cropsey, John Casilear, and John Frederick
Kensett. He also painted an occasional still life.
was born and raised in New York City, but little else is known about
his early life. He studied briefly with Cropsey but said that his
best teacher was nature, which he utilized in his paintings from his
frequent trips to the Hudson River Valley, especially the areas around
West Point and Fort Putnam.
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