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George Inness  American  1825 -1894
Born: Newburgh New York  
Died: Bridge of Allan  Scotland 
Teaching Positions: Art Students League, New York City 
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George Inness was a major 19th century landscape painter who is often compared with Corot and Rousseau. Inness traveled through Europe in 1847, 1850 and again in 1854. He later spent four years in Italy before settling in New ... (More)

Many rank George Inness with Homer, Eakins and Ryder as a master of nineteenth century American painting. Certainly he profoundly influenced the landscape painters who followed him.

Inness's early work was very much the prevailing style of the Hudson River School. Several trips to Europe bro... (More)

As one of the most important American painters of the nineteenth century, George Inness painted in an innovative style that was all his own. He first studied under Regis Gignoux and created his early landscapes in the Hudson... (More)

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