On Technique: George Inness (Part 2)

by Matthew Innis |

Going to Europe was considered just as bad, just as perilous for an artist’s naturalness and nationality, as imitating the old masters,(1) and yet, not long after he began showing professionally, this is exactly what Inness did.

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