The Tuileries Gardens Snow Effect (1900) by Camille Pissarro

The Tuileries Gardens Snow Effect - Camille Pissarro - 1900

Artwork Information

TitleThe Tuileries Gardens Snow Effect
ArtistCamille Pissarro
Dimensions65 x 81 cm
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationPrivate Collection

About The Tuileries Gardens Snow Effect

“The Tuileries Gardens Snow Effect” is an artwork painted by Camille Pissarro in 1900. This piece is executed in oil on canvas and measures 65 by 81 centimeters. It belongs to the Impressionism movement and is categorized as a cityscape genre. Currently, the artwork is part of a private collection.

The artwork captures a tranquil winter scene of the Tuileries Gardens in Paris. Pissarro uses muted color palettes and light brushstrokes that are characteristic of the Impressionist style, which convey the atmospheric conditions and chilly ambience of the snowy landscape. The scene depicts leafless trees with slender branches that evoke the cold season. In the background, the architecture of the surrounding buildings is rendered in soft outlines, blending with the overcast sky, further emphasizing the impression of coldness and the serene mood of a winter’s day. The snow-covered grounds of the Tuileries Gardens are shown with gentle shifts in color, suggesting the play of light and shadow across the surface, while figures in the distance add a sense of scale and life to the otherwise still composition.

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