Camille Jacob Pissarro (1830-1903 French)

A painter of sunshine and the scintillating play of light, Pissarro produced many quiet rural landscapes. He layed a key role in the development of Impressionism (in fact he was the only artist to exhibit at all eight exhibitions). For him Impressionism was a movement which allowed artistic emancipation. Before he introduced figures into his work in 1880, giving them a more decorative character, his paintings resembled most those of Monet.

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Boulevard Italiens Avenue de l'Opera (Morning Sunshine) Entrance to the
Village of Voisins
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Garden at Les Mathurins Meadow at Eragny Pear Trees in Bloom
at Eragny, Morning
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The Road to Louveciennes The Red Roofs Apple Picking at
Eragny-sur-Epte
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Landscape at Eragny Plum Trees at Eragny Morning Sunlight on the Snow, Eragny-Sur-Epte
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