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North Country watercolor paintings: Winlsow Homer and beyond

Watercolors have a misty, soft texture reminiscent of rainy days and early morning fogs. They are a perfect match for the scenery of the North Country and the Adirondacks, capturing the moist air and gentle breezes of an autumn day in the farthest reaches of northern New York.

The most famous watercolorist who painted the Adirondacks is Winslow Homer.

For your viewing pleasure, North County Public Radio has put together a portfolio of original watercolors of the North country by a variety of artists. Here is the link:

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