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During the late 1890s American art critics began to use the term tonal to describe these works. Two of the leading painters associated with this style are George Inness and James McNeill Whistler. Tonalism is also sometimes used to describe American landscapes derived from the French Barbizon style, which employs an emphasis on mood and shadow. This is a very loose palette knife rendition of a rocky waterway in Woodland, Washington. Hear the splash!
March 8th, 2016
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