Linton- Life in the Collections
24) The Aldine, A Typographic Art Journal. Volume VI.
New York 1873
This volume includes another two engravings, which Linton counted among his very best: White Birches of the Saranak after John A. Hows (p. 59) and Tower Creek, below the Falls after T. Moran (p. 70). Like in Picturesque America Linton here proves himself as a congenial graphic interpreter of the wild landscape paintings of the Hudson River School, the group that had established the ‘48 aesthetics in the New World.
Tower Creek, below the Falls after Thomas Moran
White Birches of the Saranak after John A. Hows