Hemlock Pool
Hemlock Pool
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Spring
Spring
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Houseboats
Houseboats
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The White Bridge
The White Bridge
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Low Tide, Riverside Yacht Club
Low Tide, Riverside Yacht Club
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Summer in Connecticut, The Old Barn at Branchville
Summer in Connecticut, The Old Barn at Branchville
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The Old House, Cos Cob
The Old House, Cos Cob
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Oyster Sloop, Cos Cob
Oyster Sloop, Cos Cob
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The Red Bridge
The Red Bridge
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New England Birches
New England Birches
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The Cos Cob Art Colony was established in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1889 and ran through 1920. It began with John Henry Twachtman, who taught classes in Cos Cob, a neighborhood in Greenwich, Connecticut. In the summer months, American Impressionist painters would join him. The artists who frequently gathered at Cos Cob were crucial in organizing the 1913 Armory Show that introduced European Modernism to a wider American audience.

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Hemlock Pool
Hemlock Pool
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Spring
Spring
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Houseboats
Houseboats
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The White Bridge
The White Bridge
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Low Tide, Riverside Yacht Club
Low Tide, Riverside Yacht Club
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Summer in Connecticut, The Old Barn at Branchville
Summer in Connecticut, The Old Barn at Branchville
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The Old House, Cos Cob
The Old House, Cos Cob
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Oyster Sloop, Cos Cob
Oyster Sloop, Cos Cob
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The Red Bridge
The Red Bridge
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New England Birches
New England Birches
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