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Asher Brown, 1796–1886, U.S. engraver and landscape painter of the Hudson River School.
Contemporary Examples

Their border, the so-called Durand line, is also a vestige of British imperialism.
The Afghan Gold Rush Bruce Riedel June 14, 2010

Historical Examples

Durand’s work is marked throughout by sincerity and skill, if not by genius.
American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson

Desmarest and Durand the tower was finally restored as you may see it now.
The Story of Rouen Sir Theodore Andrea Cook

I promised Durand to meet him at the caf this evening; I must go.
San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams Charles Paul de Kock

My boys are all dear to me, but Durand and Gordon peculiarly so.
Peggy Stewart at School Gabrielle E. Jackson

Durand made no further objection, though he knew that 141 both Jacques and Isabeau would censure him for yielding to her.
Joan of Arc Lucy Foster Madison

The work was excellently done and established Durand’s reputation.
American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson

At the end of it she passed into the cool shade of a music-shop with the name “Durand” on its faade.
The Lion’s Share E. Arnold Bennett

Joined with Durand as the earliest of the landscapists is Thomas Cole.
American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson

Durand took her by the arm and elbow, prepared to hold her up if she showed signs of fainting.
The White Sister F. Marion Crawford


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