GEORGE HENRY DURRIE (b. 1820, Hartford, d. 1863, New Haven), famous for rural landscapesGeorge Henry Durrie

<i>"When we think of the New England countryside Durrie's images inform our sense of what that means, a quiet, peaceful place, old houses, a gentle balance of men and nature. ... Currier and Ives produced 10 of his works in their prints."
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-- Amy Kurtz Lansing, curator, Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme

( Florence Griswold Museum )

"When we think of the New England countryside Durrie's images inform our sense of what that means, a quiet, peaceful place, old houses, a gentle balance of men and nature. ... Currier and Ives produced 10 of his works in their prints."

-- Amy Kurtz Lansing, curator, Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme

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