George Inness and the Middle Tone

by Matthew Innis |

“With all the intensity of his powerful palette, Inness maintained that the ‘middle tone’ was the secret of all success in color.  He strove for it until the end, and so great was his effort that the latest works are but waves of wonderful color, marvelous and mysterious – the very essence of the beauty of nature.”(1)

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