George Inness  (American, 1825-1894) 

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George Inness, Sunlit Meadow

 

George Inness
Sunlit Meadow
1861

Auction: May 16, 2014
Leslie Hindman Auctioneers
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George Inness, Albano, Italy

 

George Inness
Albano, Italy
circa 1872

Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC
George Inness, Olives, Albano, Italy

 

George Inness
Olives, Albano, Italy
Parkerson Gallery
George Inness, Valley Near Perugia

 

George Inness
Valley Near Perugia
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
George Inness, The Rainbow

 

George Inness
The Rainbow
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
George Inness, Autumn Landscape

 

George Inness
Autumn Landscape
McColl Fine Art
George Inness, Approaching Storm

 

George Inness
Approaching Storm
1887

Berry-Hill Galleries, Inc.
George Inness, Palisades on the Hudson

 

George Inness
Palisades on the Hudson
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
George Inness, Monte Lucia, Perugia

 

George Inness
Monte Lucia, Perugia
1873

Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
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George Inness, In a shady nook

 

George Inness
In a shady nook, 1893
oil on canvas

 

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George Inness, Berkshire Hills

 

George Inness
Berkshire Hills, 1846-1847
oil on canvas

 

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Attributed To George Inness, Sunset Landscape with a Quiet Pond

 

Attributed To George Inness
Sunset Landscape with a Quiet Pond, 1892
oil on canvas

 

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  Born in Newburgh, New York, in 1825, George Inness was raised in New York City and Newark, New Jersey. His early life was disrupted by severe illness, and he had as a result little formal academic or artistic education. In Newark, he studied with the itinerant painter John Jesse Barker, and in New York, probably in 1843, with the French-born landscape painter, Regis Francois Gignoux. Inness visited Italy in 1850. In 1853 he visited France, where he studied French Barbizon landscape painting, admiring especially the work of the most radical of the Barbizon artists, Theodore Rousseau. This was, in the influence on his style, the most decisive experience of Inness' artistic life. In the early 1860s Inness moved from New York to Medfield, Massachusetts. In 1864, he moved to Eagleswood, New Jersey. At Eagleswood he was introduced to the teaching of Emanuel Swedenborg. It became his religious faith, and determined, too, the increasingly allusive, expressive, and almost mystical character of his later art.
  Inness lived in Italy from 1870 to 1874 and in France briefly in 1875, when he returned to America. In 1876 he settled in Montclair, New Jersey. He lived in Montclair for the rest of his life, but traveled widely, often for the sake of his health, to Niagara Falls, Virginia, California, and Tarpon Springs, Florida.He died on a trip to Scotland in 1894.
1994   Democratic Vistas Landscapes of NY, Art Gallery of SUNY, Albany, NY
1991   George Inness Spiritual Landscape, Borghi & Co.
1966   Fiftieth Annual Exhibition, Minneapolis Museum of Arts, Minneapolis, MN
1963   Minnesota Art Sources, Rochester Art Center, Rochester, MN
1894   Inness Memorial Exhibition, Fine Arts Building, New York, NY