On Technique: George Inness (Part 4)

by Matthew Innis |

“With most of his contemporaries the art of painting became the art of colored engravings,” wrote Montgomery Schuyler. “With Mr. Inness, even from the first, this was not so. Color was not an addition to design, but an integral element of the picture.”

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