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Camille Pissarro

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  • 1. Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) Camille Jacob Pissarro was a French impressionist painter whose friendship and support provided encouragement for many younger painters. Pissarro was born in Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands, and moved to Paris in 1855, where he studied with the French landscape painter Camille Corot. At first associated with the Barbizon school, Pissarro subsequently joined the impressionists and was represented in all their exhibitions. During the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71), he lived in England and made a study of English art, particularly the landscapes of Joseph Mallord William Turner. For a time in the 1880s Pissarro, discouraged with his work, experimented with pointillism; the new style, however, proved unpopular with collectors and dealers, and he returned to a freer impressionist style.A painter of sunshine and the scintillating play of light,Pissarro produced many quiet rural landscapes and river scenes; he also painted street scenes in Paris, Le Havre, and London. An excellent teacher, he counted among his pupils and associates the French painters Paul Gauguin and Paul Cézanne, his son Lucien Pissarro, and the American impressionist Mary Cassatt. Of Pissarro's great output (including paintings, watercolors, and graphics),ny works hang in the Luxembourg Gallery, Paris, and in the leading galleries of Europe. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, has his Bather in the Woods (1895). SzetS
  • 2. The Hermitage at Pontoise, 1867
  • 3. Louveciennes: The Road to Versailles, 1870
  • 4. Orchard in Bloom at Louveciennes, 1872
  • 5. The Railway Bridge at Pontoise, 1873
  • 6. Self-Portrait, 1873
  • 7. Gelee Blanche (Hoarfrost), 1873
  • 8. Sunlight on the Road- Pontoise, 1874
  • 9. La Côte des Boeufs, the Hermitage, 1877
  • 10. Kitchen Garden with Trees in Flower, Pontoise, 1877
  • 11. Resting in the Woods at Pontoise, 1878
  • 12. Portrait of Madame Pissarro Sewing near a Window, 1878-79
  • 13. The Pork Butcher, 1883
  • 14. Apple Picking at Eragny-sur-Epte, 1888
  • 15. Hyde Park, London, 1890
  • 16. Sunset at St. Charles, Eragny, 1891
  • 17. Kew, the Path to the Main Conservatory, 1892
  • 18. Morning Sunlight on the Snow, Eragny-Sur-Epte, 1895
  • 19. Washerwomen, Eragny-sur-Epte, 1895
  • 20. Girl Sewing, 1895
  • 21. The Old Market at Rouen, 1898
  • 22. The Artist's Garden at Eragny, 1898
  • 23. the end