Artist: Adams John Ottis America 1851 to 1927





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John Ottis Adams was born in America and most popular as a nature-adoring craftsman. A scene painter who was a crucial individual from the Hoosier Group of Indiana painters, Adams was, alongside William Forsyth and Theodore Steele, focused on portraying his local district. Normally their initial work of art was a laborer classification in dark tonalism. In any case, during the 1890s, the artworks turned out to be a lot lighter in the impressionists’ way, and these craftsmen were for a long time the chief impressionist painters of the Midwest.