From the Inside Flap
American artists and writers lend their vision and voices to this artistic, literary, and environmental history of the Hudson River. From its origins in northern Germany State s Adirondack mountains to its majestic sweep alongside Manhattan's busy streets, the Hudson River holds a unique place in the history of American art, architecture, and literature.
About the Author
IAN BERRY is Associate Director and The Susan Rabinowitz Malloy Curator of The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College. His most recent publication is Fred Tomaselli (Prestel, 2009). TOM LEWIS is Professor of English at Skidmore College. Among his many books, Divided Highways: The Interstate Highway System and the Transformation of American Life and Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio also became award-winning documentaries.