Camille Pissarro

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Edited by: Dr. Christoph Becker Texts by: Wolf Eiermann, Barbara Stern Shapiro, Dr. Christoph Becker, Dr. Ralph Melcher German November 1999, 212 Pages, 165 Ills. Clothbound 286mm x 228mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-0855-5

Camille Pissarro, one of the father figures of the Impressionist movement, worked in close friendship with Monet, CÚzanne, Degas and van Gogh and participated in all Impressionist exhibitions in Paris. He was a thought-provoking influence, always the centre of attention whenever he and his artist collegues met for discussions, and was at all times open to innovation within the Impressionist movement. This publication presents Pissarro's oeuvre in all its thematic and artistic diversity. It is a spectrum which extends from the coloristic masterpieces of his early years, especially his landscapes, through to his later, equally famous views of Rouen and Paris, and also includes such a diversity of subject matter as portraits, still-lifes, market scenes and representations of everyday peasant life. Pissarro succeded masterfully in capturing the atmospheric nuances of the changing seasons and times of the day: sunrise, morning mist, hoar frost, blossoming trees and light reflections in water. (English edition available ISBN 3- 7757-0861-8)