Garden at Eragny (1899) by Camille Pissarro

Garden at Eragny - Camille Pissarro - 1899

Artwork Information

TitleGarden at Eragny
ArtistCamille Pissarro
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationPrivate Collection

About Garden at Eragny

The artwork “Garden at Eragny” is a creation of Camille Pissarro, an esteemed artist of the Impressionism movement. Painted in 1899, the piece is rendered in oil on panel and exemplifies the quintessential characteristics of the Impressionist style. Currently held in a private collection, this landscape genre painting captures the essence of nature’s tranquility and the interplay of light within a rural setting.

The artwork itself conveys a lush garden scene brimming with verdant foliage and vibrant floral hues. A central path leads the viewer’s eye through the composition, inviting one to meander through the garden’s enchanting ambience. The light appears to dapple through the leaves, creating a mosaic of color that is masterfully represented in the flickering brushstrokes typical of Impressionism. A figure, possibly a woman, is depicted strolling along the path, her presence anchoring the scene and providing a sense of scale and human element to the natural surroundings. The artist’s signature can be discerned in the lower right corner, softly integrated into the tableau. The artwork exudes a sense of peacefulness and an appreciation for the simple beauty of a garden nurtured by time and care.

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