The most popular artist in mid-19th-century America, Frederic Edwin Church (1826–1900) took landscape painting to new heights of grandeur. He was best known for his visually stunning paintings of American scenes including those of icebergs accomplished during an 1859 trip to Labrador and Newfoundland. Several of his studies of icebergs, completed in oil, watercolor, as well as pencil, are presented in this exhibit as well as historical and contemporary takes on the subject.