Corot

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875 French)

He was a renowned French painter - especially of landscapes, who worked in romantic and realistic styles and was a forerunner of impressionistic style. During the warm months he traveled throughout Europe, painting small oil sketches. The sketches are marked by careful structure and the sense of natural light. He worked during winter months in his studio, producing large salon pieces with biblical or historical subjects.

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View from the Farnese Gardens, Rome View of Saint Lo with
the River Vire
in the Foreground
Orpheus Leading Eurydice from the Underworld
Item # CR001
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Item # CR002
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Item # CR003
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Morning, the Dance
of the Nymphs
Peasants Under the
Trees at Dawn, Morvan
Souvenir of Mortefontaine
Item # CR004
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Item # CR005
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Item # CR006
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The Sin-le-Noble
Road near Douai
View of Genoa from the Promenade of Acqua Sola The Goat-Herd
of Genzano
Item # CR007
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Item # CR008
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Item # CR009
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Woman with a Pearl Lady in Blue Gypsy with a Mandolin
Item # CR010
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Item # CR011
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Item # CR012
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