John Inglis Signed Painting Rochester New York c.1930 Corn Stalks
Artist Name: John Inglis
Title: Harvest Symphony: Glimpses of Rural Splendor.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of rural beauty with "Harvest Symphony: Glimpses of Rural Splendor," a mesmerizing painting by John Inglis dating back to approximately 1930. Inglis, a native of Dublin, Ireland, honed his artistic skills at the renowned Dublin Academy and the esteemed Ecole des Beaux-Arts under the guidance of esteemed mentors like Jean-Léon Gérôme, Raphaël Collin, and Gustave Courtois.
Having settled in Rochester, New York, Inglis became an integral part of the vibrant artistic community, actively participating in the Rochester Art Club, where he eventually served as its president. Additionally, he shared his expertise as a dedicated teacher at the prestigious School of the Mechanics Institute.
Inglis's artistic style, influenced by his rigorous European training, seamlessly blends conservatism with hints of Impressionism, resulting in a harmonious fusion of tradition and innovation. "Harvest Symphony" particularly captures the essence of Rochester's countryside through its enchanting portrayal of corn stalks. This masterful composition earned Inglis well-deserved recognition, as evidenced by his gold medal win at the prestigious Art Exhibition of the Rochester Industrial Exposition in 1925.
Medium Type: Oil Painting on Canvas
Size-Width | Size-Height: 31¾" x 25¾"
Signed: Signed and Framed
Unframed in Very Good Condition.