The Wheat Field, c. 1875-1877 by George Inness

The Wheat Field, c. 1875-1877

George Inness

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Model is 5'4" (1.62m)

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Product details The Wheat Field, c. 1875-1877

The Wheat Field, c. 1875-1877

George Inness

The Wheat Field, c. 1875-1877. Inness began his career executing detailed, realistic landscapes in a style similar to other artists of the Hudson River School. After a series of trips to Europe, as well as growing involvement in Swedenborgianism--the spiritual doctrines of the theologian Emmanuel Swedenborg--Inness created increasingly free, mystical, and expansive paintings. This work was painted following a visit to France and Italy from 1870 to 1874, during what has been considered the most important phase of Inness?s career. Here a group of farmers harvest grain in the foreground, while a storm seems to be brewing in the background. Inness frequently used approaching storms as a sign of God revealing himself in nature. The notion that the natural world was imbued with the spirit of the divine was an important component of Inness?s religious beliefs.

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