Pasture at Deauville (c.1880; France) by Eugene Boudin

Pasture at Deauville - Eugene Boudin - c.1880; France

Artwork Information

TitlePasture at Deauville
ArtistEugene Boudin
Datec.1880; France
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationPrivate Collection

About Pasture at Deauville

The artwork “Pasture at Deauville” is a creation by the French artist Eugene Boudin, dated circa 1880. This oil painting is a fine example of the Impressionism movement and falls under the genre of animal painting. Currently, it is housed in a private collection. The setting suggests the pastoral serenity that is characteristic of the region around Deauville, France.

Depicted in the artwork is a tranquil rural scene, with placid cows grazing or resting in a field. The palette is dominated by natural earthen tones, reflecting the hues of the landscape and livestock. The brushwork is loose and expressive, capturing the essence of light and atmosphere in a manner typical of Impressionist works. The sky is rendered with an array of greys and whites, suggesting a partly cloudy day. Boudin’s composition allows the viewer to sense the vastness of the open field, while the disposition of the cows provides a serene focal point within the expansive setting.

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