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Thomas Moran (1837-1926) Bolton (England) is a painter of the Hudson River School who often painted the Rocky Mountains.
Thomas Moran's vision of the landscape of the American West was decisive for the creation of Yellowstone National Park.
His paintings, which had seized the size and diversity of the landscapes of Yellowstone were presented to Congress by the initiators of the park.
We ceature Thomas Moran Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Hill and William Keith because of the many landscapes of the West painted by this group.
The Thomas Moran House in East Hampton is a National Historic Landmark.
Mount Moran in Grand Teton National Park was named in his honor.
One of his paintings, The Three Tetons (1895), the collection of the White House was hung in the Oval Office under the presidency of Barack Obama.