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Dich hat das düstere Ende von Netflix’ Things Heard & Seen verwirrt? Lass es uns erklären

Things Heard And Seen: (L-R) James Norton, as George Clare, Amanda Seyfried as Catherine Clare. Cr. Anna Kooris/NETFLIX © 2020. Netflix’ neue Eigenproduktion Things Heard & Seen ist vieles gleichzeitig: eine Geistergeschichte, ein Familiendrama, ein Krimi-Thriller, und ein Liebesbrief an Kunstgeschichte und Spiritualismus – komplexe Themen, die das Ende des Filmes miteinander verwebt. Und zugegeben: Wenn du dich nicht unbedingt mit George Inness, einem amerikanischen Landschaftsmaler aus ...
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Eye Candy for Today: Early Autumn, Montclair by George Inness

Early Autumn, Montclair, George Inness The link is to a zoomable version on the Google Art Project; there is a high-resolution downloadable version on Wikimedia Commons; the original is in the Delaware Art Museum (which unfortunately doesn’t have its collection online, though there is more on the Google Art Project). This is one of my favorite paintings in the world. Growing up in Wilmington, Delaware, I’ve had the pleasure of visiting this painting at the Delaware Art Museum on a frequent ba...
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Eye Candy for Today: George Inness, Sunset in the Woods

Sunset in the Woods, George Inness The link is to a page on Wikimedia Commons from which you can access a high resolution file; the original is in the National Gallery of Art, DC, which also has a zoomable and downloadable high-res image. There are paintings that seem to transcend art and move into the realm of ineffable mystery. Of course, for American landscape master George Inness, transcendence, and the expression of the spiritual nature of the physical world, was his goal. Don’t take the ...
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Eye Candy for Today: George Inness, Sunrise

Sunrise, George Inness In the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Use the Download or Enlarge links under the image. Don’t take my limited detail crops above as your only view of the painting; go the Met’s site and view the image full screen. There are lots of paintings that shout at the viewer, and many that speak directly, but in works like this, pioneering Tonalist George Inness whispers to us about the poetic spirituality underlying the natural world. Virtually all of his later wo...
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The Difference Technique Makes

George Inness, in the book Writings and Reflections on Art and Philosophy, is quoted as saying, “While looking at the Claude which hangs next to one of the Turners in the National Gallery – and which knocks the Turner all to pieces –I seemed to be in the presence of a great, earnest mind.” It was a quote that came to mind while I was sitting in the dentist chair, waiting to get numb.  There was a print hanging on the wall.  I stared at it, a group of five workmen, maybe miners given their lace-u...
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