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Luminism

In mid-19th-century landscape painting there appeared a new trend, now defined as luminism, an interest in the atmospheric effects of diffused light. Among the luminist painters were John F. Kensett, Martin J. Heade, and Fitz Hugh Lane. A sense of "God in nature" is apparent in their pictures, as in the earliest works of the Hudson River School.
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Martin Johnson Heade
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