Pennsylvania Impressionism

Pennsylvania Impressionism, or also known as the New Hope School or Pennsylvania School of painting, focused on light, color and time of day, particularly in the area of the Delaware River Valley and the Delaware Canal. The movement features rich landscape vista and plein air paintings of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, including our historic villages of New Hope, Carversville, Lumberville, Solebury, and even farther north into Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and the remainder of the Lehigh Valley. Featured areas of New Jersey include Milford, Stockton, Frenchtown and Lambertville. Explore beautiful Bucks County through the eyes of our finest painters by choosing an artist gallery below and bring home your very own custom Bucks County giclee art print.