This group highlights landscape studies by American artists, some of whom traveled extensively abroad. It features drawings and paintings spanning the middle of the nineteenth century through the first quarter of the twentieth, and features artists such as Frederick Edwin Church, Winslow Homer, Thomas Moran, and others.

  • Drawing, Rock Cliff
  • charcoal, black and white chalk on gray laid paper.
  • Gift of Mrs. F. Hopkinson Smith.
  • 1923-41-10
  • Drawing, Storm Coming
  • black chalk on off-white laid paper.
  • Gift of Charles Savage Homer, Jr..
  • 1912-12-198
  • Drawing, Study for "June Woods"
  • charcoal, graphite on paper .
  • Gift of the National Academy of Design from the Mrs. William T. Brewster Bequest.
  • 1953-179-83
  • Drawing, Maine Surf
  • brush and oil paint, graphite on thin paper board.
  • Gift of Louis P. Church.
  • 1917-4-1324
  • Drawing, The Needles
  • recto: graphite, brush and watercolor on paper verso: graphite on paper.
  • Gift of Thomas Moran.
  • 1917-17-18