Image Resources | Currently on View in Andrew and Jane Paine Galleries
The storm provides a striking contrast between the passing dark clouds, a rainbow streaking across the sky, and the sun illuminating the grass.
The Rainbow belongs to the dramatic series of storm scenes painted by Inness during the late 1870s.
Mr. H. Wheeler Bond purchased the piece from the artist. Mrs. Edward Carroll Sibley (Mr. Bond's daughter) inherited the piece. Max Safron of St. Louis purchased the piece. It was then owned by Dr. Maurice J. Lonsway of St. Louis. The piece was presented to the John Herron Art Institute of Indianapolis in 1944.
East Cowes Castle, The Seat Of J. Nash, Esq., The Regatta Beating To Windward
Joseph M. Turner (British, 1775-1851)