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George Inness

United States (1825 -  1894 ) Wikipedia® : George Inness
INNESS George Canvas Has Been Laid Down On Board

Burchard /Jan 29, 2017
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George Inness - Delaware River

George Inness - Delaware River

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Lot Details Lot 28 George Inness American, 1825-1894 Delaware River, circa 1860-63 Signed G Inness (lr) Oil on canvas 8 1/4 x 10 inches Provenance: Possibly Samuel P. Avery, New York, New York (possibly sale, Henry H. Leeds & Miner Galleries, New York, New York [Samuel P. Avery sale], Feb. 4, 1867, no. 94, as Delaware River) John F. Kensett, New York, New York until his death in 1872 Miss Elizabeth N. Kellogg, Brooklyn, New York, niece of Mr. Kensett, to 1913 George H. Ainslie, George Ainslie Galleries, New York, acquired from the above, Sep. 1913 Peter Winchester Rouss, Esq., New York, acquired from the above, Dec. 1913 Mrs. Peter Winchester Rouss, New York, by inheritance Sale, American Art Association, New York, French furniture, French and American Paintings : Including Examples by Henner, Cazin, Dupre, Vibert, Innes [sic], Wyant, Moran, Murphy ... comprising the entire contents of the former residence of Mrs. Peter W. Rouss at 320 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, N.Y, Oct. 22-24, 1936, lot 31 Bartholomew J. Barry, acquired at the above Mrs. Belle Schwarzmann (Mrs. Adolph Schwarzmann, sister-in-law of the above) , New York, gift of the above Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York, Apr. 10 and 11, 1959, Valuable French XVIII Century Furniture and Objects of Art Belonging to the Late Belle Schwarzmann, lot 274 Cora Cavanagh Cushny (Mrs. Theodorus V. W. Cushny), Matinecock, NY and Lexington, KY, acquired at the above Estate of Cora Cavanagh Cushny Exhibited: Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Art Association, Catalogue of Pictures Exhibited at Their Fall Exhibition, [Part] I, no. 24, as Delaware River, Dec. 2-14, 1878 Detroit, Detroit Museum of Art, Retrospective and Comparative Exhibition of Paintings by the Late George Inness... and the Late A. H. Wyant from the George H. Ainslie Collection no. 7, as Delaware River, 10 x 8 ½ in., 1866, Nov. 1-30, 1913 New York, George H. Ainslie Galleries, Twenty Five Paintings by George Inness, Mar. 1917, no. 6 [as circa 1866] Literature: "Fine Art; The Brooklyn Exhibition - Opening Reception Last Evening," New York Herald, Dec. 3, 1878, p. 8, described as a "charming and early little George Inness Delaware River" Le Roy Ireland, The Works of George Inness, An Illustrated Catalogue Raisonne, University of Texas Press, 1965, no. 371, pp. 371-2 The present work is accompanied by a letter written by Elizabeth N. Kellogg to George H. Ainslie on September 17 1913, in which she writes, "In reference to the painting Delaware River by George Inness, which you have just purchased - It was in the private collection of John F. Kensett and has been in our family since his death in 1872." In a letter dated August 18, 2017, Dr. Michael Quick writes, "Having reviewed all of the documents, and having carefully studied the landscape over several days, I would like to state that it is my considered and definite opinion that Delaware River is the work of George Inness (1825-1894). I intend to include Delaware River in the supplement to my catalogue raisonné of the works of George Inness. The George H. Ainslie Gallery, in 1913, assigned to the painting the date of 1866. However, I cannot see any trace of a date on the painting, and there is no mention of a date in the letter from Elizabeth N. Kellogg. It is my opinion that the landscape contains no trace of the technique of Inness's Eagleswood period (1864-66), and that the traditional date of 1866 therefore is not possible. I would date the painting earlier in the decade, to about 1860-63. We extend sincere thanks to Dr. Quick for his kind assistance in authenticating the present work. A copy of his letter accompanies this lot. C
George Inness - Pastoral Landscape

George Inness - Pastoral Landscape

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Lot number: 27
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George Inness "Pastoral Landscape" oil on canvas, 1857. Initialed and dated lower left, "G. I. 1857". Canvas: 26 " H x 36 " W; Frame: 38.25 " H x 48.25 " W. PROVENANCE: Pearle Houston, Wichita, Kansas. W.C. Findlay, Kansas City. Berry-Hill Galleries, New York (ca. 1985-1986). Mr. Burns, Michigan (acquired from the above in 1986). Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York. From the Collection of Mrs. Charles J. Wyly, Jr., Dallas, Texas (acquired from the above in 1998). LITERATURE: Michael Quick, Catalogue Raisonné, no. 101 (Pl. 32, Illustrated p. 128). NOTE: George Inness is one of the most highly celebrated painters of American landscape from the 19th century. Drawing influence from Theodore Rousseau and Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, he departed from the dramatic, large scale vistas of the Hudson River School and opted for more subdued and glorified depictions of nature. Rather than illustrating scenes of man engulfed by his rugged and unruly environment, Inness portrayed quiet scenes of his innate oneness with nature. His landscapes exude a poetic softness and tranquility that show mankind and God's creation coexisting in harmony. As illustrated here in, "Pastoral Landscape", the trees and fields glow in a post-dawn mist as two men relax at the center of the scene, in peaceful, unencumbered existence with their surroundings. George Inness (American, 1825-1894).
George Inness - H X 18

George Inness - H X 18

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Lot# 143 George Inness N.A. (1825-1894 New York, NY)

Landscape with trees and afterglow, oil on canvas, 24'' H x 18'' W, signed and dated lower right: G. Inness / 1891. Provenance: Private Collection, Santa Barbara, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure throughout. Stretcher bar creases along the four edges. Blacklight: Touch-up throughout, concentrated mainly in the upper right quadrant.
George Inness - Canvas Has Been Laid Down On Board

George Inness - Canvas Has Been Laid Down On Board

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Lot number: 1190
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INNESS, George (American, 1825-1894): ''Early Morning'', Oil/Canvas Mounted on Board, 14'' x 19.5'', signed lower right, encased in fruit and foliate motif period gilded high relief deep dish frame, 23'' x 30'' x 4''. Exhibited at the St Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, and reportedly through the museum, was loaned to the American embassy in Australia in the 90's
George Inness - Evening, Montclair

George Inness - Evening, Montclair

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Lot number: 25
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George Inness (1825-1894)

Evening, Montclair signed 'G. Inness' (lower right) oil on canvas laid down on Masonite 20 x 30in Painted circa 1890.

Footnotes

Provenance with J.W. Young Galleries, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1922. Paul Watkins, Winona, Minnesota, circa 1922. William B. Watkins, Manalapan, Florida, by descent from the above. By descent to the present owner. Exhibited Chicago, Illinois, Young's Art Galleries, Catalog of Paintings by Eminent American Old Masters and by some of the Prominent Living American Artists, circa February-March 1918, no. 2, pp. 10-11, illustrated. Literature L. Ireland, The Works of George Inness: An Illustrated Catalogue Raisonné, Austin, Texas, 1965, pp. 339-40, no. 1336, illustrated. M. Quick, George Inness: A Catalogue Raisonné, vol. two, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2007, pp. 289-90, no. 976, illustrated.
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