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History of Early American Landscape Design

David Hosack

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David Hosack (1769-1835) was a physician, botanist, educator, and cultural leader who developed the Elgin Garden in New York city and an ambitious private garden at his country house, Hyde Park.

History

Fig. X, John Trumbull, Niagara Falls, from Two Miles Below Chippawa, 1808, oil on canvas, New-York Historical Society, Gift of Alexander Eddy Hosack

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Images

Image:2041.jpg|John Trumbull, Niagara Falls, from under Table Rock, 1808, oil on canvas, Overall: 29 x 168 1/2 in. ( 73.7 x 428 cm ), New-York Historical Society, Gift of Alexander Eddy Hosack

Image:2042.jpg|Asher Brown Durand, "The Chestnut Oak on the Hosack Estate, Hyde Park, New York with Five Figures and an Artist Sketching," 1838, graphite on paper, New-York Historical Society,


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Notes

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History of Early American Landscape Design contributors, "David Hosack," History of Early American Landscape Design, , https://heald.nga.gov/mediawiki/index.php?title=David_Hosack&oldid=13570 (accessed November 26, 2022).

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