George Inness rose to fame when he became a part of the establishment of the Hudson River School. Although the artists in the Hudson River School were influenced by Romanticism, Inness’ philosophical and spiritual themes inspired his works. Simpson Galleries’ Fine Art & Antiques auction will present George Inness’ landscape painting, produced in 1894. The painting shows a gloomy sky along with golden-brown grasses. He employs gestural brushstrokes with mostly brown hues.
Another available lot is Dorothy Hood’s Cosmic Plants. She was one of the most influential figures in the Mexican and American Modernist art movement. She studied under famous muralist José Clemente Orozco, who gave Hood her first studio. In 1961, she traveled to Houston, where she executed many celebrated paintings such as Genie. The offered lot shows cosmic plants in abstract forms. View more interesting lots in this and other online auctions on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:497
Price Range:$40 - $85,000
Interesting lots include:
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|A Platinum And Diamond riviere Necklace Or Bracelets, Modern|| Estimate: |
|George Inness (American 1825-1894) A Painting, Landscape Montclair, 1894|| Estimate: |
|An 18k Yellow Gold, Diamond, And Gemstone Demi Parure, Necklace, Pendant And Earrings|| Estimate: |
|Dorothy Hood (American-Texas 1918-2000) A Painting, Cosmic Plants,|| Estimate: |
|Édouard Cortès (French 1882-1969) A Painting, Place d'Opera, 20th Century|| Estimate: |