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Which artist is often considered the leader of the Hudson River School and poignantly set up contrast between the cultivated East and the wild West in the United States? A. John Constable B. John Everett Millais C. Thomas Cole D. William Blake
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Thomas Cole is often considered the leader of the Hudson River School and poignantly set up contrast between the cultivated East and the wild West in the United States.
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Thomas Cole is often considered the leader of the Hudson River School and poignantly set up contrast between the cultivated East and the wild West in the United States.
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