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We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring  Will be to arrive where we started  And know the place for the first time.

We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time.

"Gentle Light of Evening" is a Hudson Valley painting that measures 20" x 30".  It is by Kevin Cook, who was among a trio of  upstate New York artists practicing luminism in the Hudson River School tradition, who exhibited together at Red Door Gallery.

"Gentle Light of Evening" is a Hudson Valley painting that measures 20" x 30". It is by Kevin Cook, who was among a trio of upstate New York artists practicing luminism in the Hudson River School tradition, who exhibited together at Red Door Gallery.

The irony behind the word “cowboy,” is that it was used to negatively describe Black “cowhands” but now serves as a universal depiction of the bootstrapping, gun-toting white males associated with western culture. This is evidenced in popular films including, but not limited to, The Magnificent Seven (1960), Django (1966) and The Assassination of Jesse …

The irony behind the word “cowboy,” is that it was used to negatively describe Black “cowhands” but now serves as a universal depiction of the bootstrapping, gun-toting white males associated with western culture. This is evidenced in popular films including, but not limited to, The Magnificent Seven (1960), Django (1966) and The Assassination of Jesse …

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