On Technique: George Inness (Part 7)

by Matthew Innis |

In the late summer of 1875, George Inness began writing a book about his techniques and his theories on art.  His notes for it were scribbled on the bits and scraps of paper he found lying about his studio and it seems an idea commenced on one piece of parchment hardly ever found its conclusion in the same spot.  The book was never finished . . .

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