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|Author: Camille Pissarro|
|Landscape, Painting, Oil on canvas, 54x65.3 cm|
|Origin: France, 1900|
The opportunity to view the city from his own windows, from a fairly spacious - and highly elevated - apartment, gave the painter great advantages. In 1898, he rented an apartment across from the Tuileries, with a superb view of the garden. Its windows looked out on the Bassin of the Tuileries, which in the present painting can be seen on the left. The round Bassin was a convenient reference point for taking spatial bearings. Next to it, the pathways and vendors' stalls in the gardens provide a geometrical foundation for the composition, giving structure to such paintings focused on shimmering atmospheric effects.
|Source of entry: formerly in the collection of Otto Krebs, Holzdorf|
|Exibition: French Painting: 19th - 20th centuries|
|Transferred from Germany after World War II|
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Camille Pissarro (Jovember 13, 1903) was a French Impressionist painter. His importance resides not only in his visual ...
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CAMILLE PISSARRO was born on Jthe Caribbean island of St. Thomas , Danish West Indies; to Abraham Gabriel Pissarro, of Sephardic (or ...
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