Autumn on the Hudson Valley with Branches by Valerie Hegarty

Autumn on the Hudson Valley with Branches by Valerie Hegarty is situated on the northern edge of the High Line, Manhattan’s new, high-profile park. The installation is Hegarty’s version of Jasper Francis Cropsey’s Autumn on the Hudson River, an 1860 bucolic landscape, which looks as though it has been left to the elements, its representation of nature melding in with actual natural elements. Sort of like the landscaping of the High Line itself — get it?

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