Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Impressionism

We begin today with The Stone Bridge in Rouen, Dull Weather. This is by Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro, in 1896.


Alfred Sisley was another of the Impressionist movement. This is his work, The Hillsides at Bougival, from 1875.


Rue de l'Hermitage, Pontoise is the title of this Pissarro painting from 1875.


Paul Gauguin was Post-Impressionist in his style. The Quarries of Le Chou Near Pontoise dates to 1882.


I finish today with a work by my favourite of the Impressionist movement, Claude Monet. The Gallery has several works by Monet. Waterloo Bridge: Effect of Sunlight in the Fog is from 1903.

31 comments:

  1. The street painting is my fav.

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  2. The painting by Gauguin is beautiful.

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  3. All are beautiful. I love paintings of scenery.

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  4. Many year ago I visited Rouen, but I don't remember the stone bridge. But I was there to meet a French girl, and bridges were not on my mind!

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  5. ...The Quarries of Le Chou Near Pontoise by Paul Gauguin is my favorite.

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  6. @Iris: it's a beauty.

    @Marleen: I think so.

    @Nancy: so do I.

    @David: quite a memory.

    @Tom: it stands out.

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  7. Rue de l'Hermitage is my favourite today!

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  8. I'm a fan of Pissarro's work.

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  9. I'm a big fan of Impressionists. These are among the masters!

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  10. The last one is my favorite too.

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  11. The last one is my favorite too ~ Xo


    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
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  12. Very beautiful, as far as I am concerned these are all very appealing paintings.

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  13. @Francisco: thanks!

    @Magiceye: it's a beauty.

    @RedPat: me too.

    @Sharon: he was a great artist.

    @Italiafinlandia: another of the greats.

    @Barbara: I love Impressionist work.

    @Bill: it's a splendid painting.

    @Carol: thank you.

    @Jan: they are.

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  14. They are all truly beautiful. The detail in the first, amazing. The last, soft and inviting.

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  15. These are all fabulous paintings.

    All the best Jan

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  16. One of my favorite genres.

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  17. Love these. Thank you for sharing.

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  18. @Gemel: thank you.

    @Jan: they are.

    @Revrunner: it's great art.

    @Marie: you're welcome.

    @DJan: it's a splendid painting.

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  19. I wonder how difficult it might be to sit through painting the entirety of "Dull Weather".

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  20. William - the painting by Gauguin is my favorite of this bunch!

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  21. I like Pissarro's work very much indeed. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Amazing how much energy is radiating from Van Gogh's painting.

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  23. I really like those, they are a glimpse into history and the past.

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  24. Beautiful. Each unique work grabs your attention.

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  25. Pisarro, Sisley and Monet are three of my favorites. I'm so happy to see them in your Impressionism collection!

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