Camille Pissarro’s painting of Les Mathurins At Pontoise 1876, is a sculpture by the artist that stands out among his other works as he typically preferred more rustic scenes. This canvas artwork is 24 Inches wide and 20 Inches tall, with its framed version ready to hang on your wall with the included hardware. It was entered into the gallery by rocsdad on July 8th 2003.
Camille Pissarro was a guardian of art during his time and provided visual contributions to Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. He is remembered for his ability to bring movement to his artworks with colourful brushstrokes – giving the viewer an instant appreciation of what date life was like at that moment in time.
The painting of Garden Of Les Mathurins At Pontiosse is one such example of Camille’s vision for breath-taking artwork, perfectly capturing the dusky light cast over the garden in all its beauty. From this, we can get a unique glimpse into what this era in history looked like through one man’s eye. Another exemplary work by Camille Pissarro was Boulevard Montmartre: Rainy Weather, painted in 1897 – yet another testament to Pissarro’s talent as an artist.