(1825 - 1894)
George Inness was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts / Scotland. George Inness is known for Landscape and some marine-coastal painting.
"George Inness and the Visionary Landscape" at the National Academy of Design
Submitted By RAYMOND J. STEINER and written for ART TIMES October 2003
WITH ANY artist worthy of the title, George Inness (18251894) is not
easily summed up. Often associated with the Hudson River School, he
was, in fact, aesthetically in opposition to the large, detailed
canvases which characterized the work of such painters as Thomas Cole
(1801-1848) and Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900), two major
representative painters of that group. Others see him as a transplanted
member of the French Barbizon School, more in tune with their less
grandiose, more intimate landscapes of homely, domesticated scenes of
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