~ A PROSPECT POINT GALLERY ~

The untamed beauty of our mountains inspired some of the most renowned artists of the 19th century. Masters such as Winslow Homer, Frederic Remington, Thomas Cole, Asher B. Durand, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Samuel Colman, Sanford Gifford, Levi Wells Prentice (who painted no less than nine views of Blue Mountain Lake and two of Prospect Point) and many others penetrated the Adirondack backcountry, revealing to an amazed world images of a Great Northern Wilderness existing only several hundred miles from the country's greatest metropolis. Some of their finest masterworks are housed across the lake in the collection of the Adirondack Museum - an institution the NY TIMES called "the best of its kind in the world."



The same timeless scenes which inspired the masters exist today.
Below are contemporary images of Prospect Point and Blue Mountain Lake.
Behold - and enjoy!

 

 

Blue Mountain Lake,
from one of her many wooded islands.

Wild fern beds on the Point

  Cottage-side view


 Please click the links below for the rest of our gallery!

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