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George Inness (1825–1894, United States)

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Inness was an American landscape painter, recognised during his lifetime as “the father of American landscape painting”. Initially influenced by the Hudson River School, after study in Europe, his style found itself aligned with the realist Barbizon school, with elements of Impressionism and Tonalism. He is best-known for his ethereal landscapes, often blanketed in mist or low-sun.

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Little Miss Lake Panasoffkee, also referred to Little Miss P, is the name given to an unidentified murder victim. This young woman was discovered by two young hitchhikers on 19 February, 1971, in Lake Panasoffkee, Florida. She was fully clothed, wearing a green shirt, green pants, and a green poncho, and extremely decomposed, partially due to the hot weather. She was determined to be 17-years-old to 24-years-old and was approximately 5′2″ to 5′5″ with dark hair and brown eyes. It is believed that she could have been married due to a gold ring on her ring finger. An autopsy uncovered that she had been murdered approximately 30 days prior to the date she was discovered. She had been strangled - a man size 36 belt was wrapped tightly around her neck. It was also discovered that she had given birth to at least two children. In 2012, her body was exhumed and reexamined. This examination revealed that she was of European descent. A geological scientist believed that she was from Greece and was visiting Florida to attend an Epiphany celebration in Tarpon Springs, a town that has a very large Greek-American population. Her identity still remains unsolved.