Camille Pissarro:
Picture "Rime at Eragny" in frame

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Camille Pissarro:
Picture "Rime at Eragny" in frame

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Limited, 500 pieces | Colour collotype print | Passepartout | Gold Frame | Glazing | Size: 87 x 76 cm

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Camille Pissarro: Picture "Rime at Eragny" in frame

The light printing process with its screenless even the finest details is one of the best method for reproduction valuable originals and is dominated by only a few studios in the world. Thus, the light compressed is the only alternative to the most inaccessible and unaffordable for many original art connoisseur.

Original: Oil on canvas. Musée du Jeu de Paume, Paris.

coloured light compressed in 8 Colours. Limited world edition 500 pieces . Framed in handcrafted gold frame and acid-free passepartout with gilded wood tick, glazed. Frame Size: 87 x 76 cm.

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The French painter and graphic artist Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) is considered one of the founders of French Impressionism. Next to Monet and Sisley, he was one of the first impressionist landscape painter. He was never tired, and emmer to paint the same nature neck back in a variety of moods and lighting to capture the changing colours of light. He focuses in his late works on urban life. In addition to numerous paintings he left over 200 etchings and lithographs. For the conception of art of his time to correspondence with his son Lucien is an important witness.

Born on 07.10.1830 in the Lesser Antilles island St.Thomas Pissarro began in 1852 for two years to paint in Caracas with a friend, and then in 1855 to study in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Suisse Academie. In the pictures of this time, highly-toned mood landscapes, particularly the influence of Corot style can be felt. Only through his contact with Claude Monet in 1859, the impressionistic elements reinforced in his painting. To a free handling of the colour to reflect air and light impressions, he found after a visit to London in 1870/71 through the study of Turner's paintings.

Back in France he worked closely with Paul Cézanne in Pontoise and Auvers-sur-Oise. There he created his first still life. A phase of pointillism is to 1885 due to contact with George Seurat. He became one of the most important artists of this style through his involvement with the independent exhibitions of the Impressionists. However, the 90s brought the father of seven children, the desired artistic recognition. His solo exhibitions in Paris, where he died at the 13.11.1903, were great successes. There are now no longer fields, meadows and orchards but the city with its many faces in the centre of his choice. Today his images are distinguished by a high degree of freedom, Fresh and beguiling colours.