Seen in more complex variants by Tintoretto and Memling, and in modern paintings by Corot and Thomas Hart Benton.
Transformations of Chloris into Flora, Daphne into a laurel tree, and Actaeon into a stag which is promptly killed by his own hunting dogs.
Pioneer both of Impressionism and of the new genre showing intimate moments in family life, she showed paintings at all but one of the Impressionist Exhibitions.
A pupil of Corot, he was a friend of core Impressionists, but never an Impressionist himself. He painted views of the River Seine in Paris.
Greatly influenced by Corot, he painted landscapes in Impressionist style from his studio in Biarritz, but was isolated from Impressionism.
Michallon taught Camille Corot, who in turn taught Camille Pissarro. In their early Impressionist years, Pissarro painted alongside Cézanne.
Two hundred years ago today, Achille Michallon died, the most brilliant landscape painter of his day in Europe. He was only 25.
A brilliant landscape painter taught by Valenciennes, who in turn taught Corot. Died at the age of only 25 from pneumonia.
A close friend of Pissarro, he painted in company with him, Cézanne, and Guillaumin in the country close to Pontoise, but stopped exhibiting after 1881.
From 1853, painters of the Barbizon School continued to innovate. Then in 1865, the young Alfred Sisley and Auguste Renoir came to paint there.