John Dodgson Barrow

John Dodgson Barrow (November 24, 1824 – December 7, 1906), primarily known for his landscape paintings and portraits, has been regarded as belonging to the second generation of the Hudson River School. His subjects were frequently Central New York scenes, mostly in the region of Skaneateles, New York, where he lived and worked until upsetting to New York City. A non-profit gallery is devoted to his proceed inside the library in the village of Skaneateles.

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