from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Inness, George 1825-1894. American landscape painter whose principal works include Rainbow after a Storm (1869) and The Afterglow (1878).

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The condition or state of being in or within; inwardness; interiority.


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  • - Clem in Inness, bailing an old friend out of jail

    November 4th, 2007

  • The NAM will also continue to showcase artists like George Inness and George Tooker, whose vision is underappreciated by the art market.

    The Academic Dilemma

  • "Twilight" will join nine other Inness paintings at the Philadelphia Museum, starting Feb. 19 and running through May 15.

    Up From the Basement

  • "I had been traveling all over the country examining Inness paintings."

    Up From the Basement

  • Michael Quick, the former curator of American paintings for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and an expert on Inness, was poking around that basement four years ago when he came upon "Twilight."

    Up From the Basement

  • Raised in Newark, N.J., Inness went to Italy in his mid-20s, in 1851; "Twilight" dates from that stay.

    Up From the Basement

  • Ray Banks' Cal Inness books got darker and darker but also better and better.

    Do hard-edged crime series get harder as they progress?

  • Secondly, and no less valuable is the fact that we see that an esteemed painter like Inness has feet of clay.

    Tiny Train

  • More specific topics such as cooking have also come under study; see for example Sherrie A. Inness, ed.,

    "Make It Yourself": Home Sewing, Gender, and Culture, 1890-1930

  • In fact, the museum's Inness Gallery, a gift of Frank and Katherine Martucci, is the only gallery in a museum devoted solely to the work of Inness.

    George Inness in Montclair


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