George Inness Quote

The greatness of art is not in the display of knowledge, or in material accuracy, but in the distinctness with which it conveys the impressions of a personal vital force, that acts spontaneously, without fear or hesitation.


George Inness, the 1880s and 1890s (ed. 1999)

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The greatness of art is not in the display of knowledge, or in material accuracy, but in the distinctness with which it conveys the impressions of a...

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The greatness of art is not in the display of knowledge, or in material accuracy, but in the distinctness with which it conveys the impressions of a...

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The greatness of art is not in the display of knowledge, or in material accuracy, but in the distinctness with which it conveys the impressions of a...

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The greatness of art is not in the display of knowledge, or in material accuracy, but in the distinctness with which it conveys the impressions of a...