Some of the finest landscapes from the Golden Age, and a mystery which was long assumed to be a self-portrait. An influence on Boudin, hence Monet.
It wasn’t until later in his career that he discovered his formula for success: putting farm animals into his landscapes.
His visit to Italy resulted in some of the finest paintings of Venice, several completed shortly before his untimely death.
Thanks to painstaking work in the Mouton-Rothschild Collection, a new artist is being added to the canon of Impressionists.
Boudin painted independently, having been a major influence on Monet and Impressionism.
Monet’s paintings are overfamiliar, overexposed, and devalued. Can this book cast fresh light?
Study 25 landscapes by 19 artists over 400 years, to examine how they represent the landscape.
If anyone led Impressionism during the 1860s and early 1870s, it was surely Jongkind.