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In·ness

 (ĭn′ĭs), George 1825-1894.
American artist whose landscape paintings, such as Lackawanna Valley (1855), combine relaxed brushwork with a commitment to realism.

In•ness

(ˈɪn ɪs)

n.
George, 1825–94, and his son George, 1854–1926, U.S. painters.
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Mrs Inness said her uncle practised as a GP in Stanley for some 50 years, taking over from his father, also William.
An independent New York curator compares the merits of the once-again admired art of four of the movement's exemplars: William Morris Hunt, George Inness, Homer Dodge Martin, and Alexander Helwig Wyant.
Louise Inness rides shotgun for Charlie Cope, currently seventh in the standings, while Leanne Mayhew teams up with Stewart Mayhew in a family attempt to pick up points.
TYCOON John Inness has just pocketed pounds 1million from the sale of part of his Norcom office supplies group to two management buy-out bids.
Maynard lost opening partner Mark Wallace in the 10th over bowled by Australian Mathew Inness and after a positive start David Hemp became Inness' second victim from behind.
Fairbrother's dreams of a final flourish ended when he drove Mathew Inness to Sales, and it was left to Chris Schofield to provide the end-of-innings entertainment, sweeping and reverse-sweeping his way to 33.
Davies wrapped the innings up, his fourth wicket for 53 runs, bowling Australian Mathew Inness for a duck with Northamptonshire 375 all out, 231 runs ahead.
Frankie Miles netted for Barca, but it was Ryton who took the points through James Inness and Myles Croxford (3).
Defender Chris Inness had looked like a red card waiting to happen ever since the fifth minute when he was cautioned for clattering into Michael Mols.
The total was unchanged when Thomas joined James in the pavilion after also edging one to Bailey off Mathew Inness.
Northamptonshire have signed Australian bowler Matthew Inness as the club's replacement overseas player for the rest of the season and he will make his debut against Glamorgan today.