La Toilette (Landscape with Figures) is an oil-on-canvas painting by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, a French artist who belonged to the Barbizon School and worked en plein air. The painting was completed in 1859 and measures 150 cm in height and 59.5 cm in width. It depicts a female nude and figures positioned against a landscape with trees and forests.
In terms of genre, La Toilette falls under landscape art, while its style is identified as Romanticism. Corot’s use of muted tones gives the painting a dreamy ambiance that coherently blends all the elements together seamlessly.