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George Inness : “Montclair, New Jersey” (c. 1878)

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During the later 19th century, when European artists were influencing American landscape painters, George Inness looked to France for stylistic inspiration. After a trip to Europe in 1853-54, during which he came into contact with contemporary French painters, Inness adopted a loose, painterly style. By the late 1870s, he was interested in conveying the intimate, mysterious aspects of nature.

This painting may depict a site near Monclair, New Jersey.

Credit Line: Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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