INLANDER, HENRY (Heinz ; 1925–1983), painter. Inlander was born in Vienna, but lived in Trieste from 1935 to 1938, coming to England that year. He was naturalized in 1947. In the early 1950s he was art adviser to the British School in Rome, living partly in Italy and in England. Inlander was basically a painter of landscape, in which he combined a rich sensuous color with Expressionist elements, revealing his origins. He occasionally painted figure studies, notably his contribution Moses and the Burning Bush to the exhibition "The Religious Theme" held at the Tate Gallery in 1958. Critical opinion of his work declined after the 1960s, but he gained renewed recognition after his death.
[Charles Samuel Spencer]
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