Past Exhibitions :: Seneca Ray Stoddard: Capturing the Adirondacks

Friday, June 29, 2012 - Sunday, February 24, 2013
Crossroads Gallery

Seneca Ray Stoddard

Exhibition Resources:
Teachers' Guide
Press Release

Our 21st-century appreciation of the Adirondacks is certainly derived from this area’s obvious natural beauty.  That perception has also been influenced by the descriptions and practices of the many 19th-century tourists who came to visit the landscape.  Seneca Ray Stoddard was a leading figure in inspiring people, through his photographs and writings, to visit the Adirondacks in the post-Civil War era.  His work captured how people came and what they did to make the Adirondacks a sought-after destination. 


The exhibition will feature over 100 of Stoddard’s Adirondack scenes, and will also include his images of the Statue of Liberty.

See the ONLINE FEATURE created for this exhibition.

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