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Back to the Garden: The Woodstock Artists' Colony John P. Murphy Woodstock-the word is shorthand for the spirit of the 1960s counterculture. Yet the assumption that the 1960s dawned a "New Age" neglects contributions made by earlier generations of Woodstock artists in advancing a utopian vision of emancipated art, life, and labor. From 1902 onwards, Woodstock-a small Dutch hamlet in upstate New York-attracted an astonishing array of painters, designers, photographers, sculptors, anddoi:10.21985/n2hx3m fatcat:mulnlcv5ifeandfkzu4j63yufu