The Garden of the Tuileries, Morning, Spring (1900) by Camille Pissarro

The Garden of the Tuileries, Morning, Spring - Camille Pissarro - 1900

Artwork Information

TitleThe Garden of the Tuileries, Morning, Spring
ArtistCamille Pissarro
Dimensions80.5 x 65 cm
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationPrivate Collection

About The Garden of the Tuileries, Morning, Spring

The artwork titled “The Garden of the Tuileries, Morning, Spring” was crafted by the eminent Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro in the year 1900. It is an oil painting on canvas, measuring 80.5 by 65 centimeters, embodying the genre of cityscape. The piece is recognized for its affiliation with the Impressionist movement and is currently held in a private collection.

This piece by Pissarro presents a lively and textured portrayal of the Tuileries Garden in Paris. The artwork captures the essence of a crisp spring morning with a palette that seems to shimmer with the freshness of the season. One can observe a tranquil scene filled with delicate foliage and shadow play, which contributes to the sensation of depth and space. The architecture of the surrounding city builds a contrasting backdrop to the organic forms of the trees and plants, providing a sense of harmony between nature and human construction. The brushstrokes exhibit the hallmark characteristics of Impressionism: they are loose and somewhat rapid, suggesting movement and the transient effects of light rather than delineating precise details. Pissarro’s skillful use of light and color is evident as it animates the canvas, capturing a moment that seems both fleeting and eternal in the city’s bustling environment.

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