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Olana State Historic Site [NY]

Olana was created as a singular work of art by Fredrick Edwin Church (1826–1900), one of the foremost artists of the Hudson River School. Church's estate unites picturesque landscapes, romantic architecture, and scenic vistas of the Hudson River Valley. The house is restored to its 1890s appearence with original furnishings and paintings.

A second website for the site can be found here.

The site offers tours, workshops, educational programs, and occasional recreational and educational events.

 
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