Mary Josephine Walters

Mary Josephine Walters (1837–1883), also known as Josephine Walters or M.J. Walters, was portion of the 19th century American landscape painting pastime known as the Hudson River School. She studied under Asher Durand and specialized in oil and watercolor painting. Though there is not much suggestion about her life, her paintings exhibited much of the immense detail and exactness that her mentor’s bill did. Much of Walter's painting was finished in the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, though most of her currently known works are of the Hudson River.

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