George Herbert McCord (1848 - 1909)
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Born and based in New York, George Herbert McCord was a central member of the Hudson River School. Moreover, McCord was a member of a select group of painters that was sponsored by the Santa Fe Railroad to paint scenes of the Grand Canyon and to expose it's beauty. McCord often traveled extensively throughout both the United States and Europe in order to establish his artistic aesthetic of atmospheric landscapes and seascapes. McCord received medals from the Mechanics Institute of Boston, the St. Louis Exposition, and the New Orleans Exposition. His work has been shown at the National Academy of Design, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Hudson River Museum.