817 Camille Pissarro Paintings

Camille Pissarro

Camille Pissarro was a renowned French Impressionist painter and one of the founders of the movement. Born in St. Thomas in the Danish West Indies in 1830, Pissarro moved to Paris as a young man to pursue a career in art. He was heavily influenced by the works of the Impressionist painters, such as Monet and Renoir, and became known for his vibrant landscapes and scenes of everyday life. Pissarro was a mentor to many younger artists, including Paul Cézanne and Paul Gauguin, and played a key role in shaping the Impressionist movement. He continued to paint and exhibit his work throughout his life, despite facing financial difficulties and health problems. Pissarro's works are now considered some of the most important in the Impressionist genre, and he is hailed as one of the great masters of 19th-century art.

1. Chestnut Trees, Louveciennes, Spring

Chestnut Trees, Louveciennes, Spring

2. Chestnut Trees, Louveciennes, Winter

Chestnut Trees, Louveciennes, Winter

3. Children in a Garden at Eragny

Children in a Garden at Eragny

4. Chrysanthemums In a Chinese Vase

Chrysanthemums In a Chinese Vase

5. Church at Kew

Church at Kew

6. Cliffs at Petit Dalles

Cliffs at Petit Dalles

7. Corner of the Garden in Eragny

Corner of the Garden in Eragny

8. Cottages at Auvers, near Pontoise

Cottages at Auvers, near Pontoise

9. Cour du Havre (Gare St. Lazare)

Cour du Havre (Gare St. Lazare)

10. Cowgirl, Eragny

Cowgirl, Eragny

11. Horseman in the Forest

Horseman in the Forest

12. House on a Cliff

House on a Cliff

13. Houses at Knocke, Belgium

Houses at Knocke, Belgium

14. Houses of l'Hermitage, Pontoise

Houses of l'Hermitage, Pontoise

15. Hyde Park, London

Hyde Park, London
  • Artwork Name: Hyde Park, London
  • Year: 1890
  • Medium: canvas,paper,tempera
  • Dimensions: 65 x 54 cm

16. Ile Lacruix, Rouen. Effect of Fog.

Ile Lacruix, Rouen. Effect of Fog.

17. In the Garden

In the Garden

18. In the hospital

In the hospital

19. In the Woods

In the Woods

20. In the Woods

In the Woods

21. Louveciennes Road Snow Effect

Louveciennes Road Snow Effect

22. Louviciennes

Louviciennes
  • Artwork Name: Louviciennes
  • Year: c.1870
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 43.2 x 30.4 cm

23. Lovers Seated at the Foot of a Willow Tree

Lovers Seated at the Foot of a Willow Tree

24. Lower Norwood

Lower Norwood

25. Lucien Pissarro in an Interior

Lucien Pissarro in an Interior

26. Male and Female Peasants on a Path Crossing the Countryside

Male and Female Peasants on a Path Crossing the Countryside

27. March Sun, Pontoise

March Sun, Pontoise

28. Mardi Gras on the Boulevards

Mardi Gras on the Boulevards

29. Mardi Gras, Sunset, Boulevard Montmartre

Mardi Gras, Sunset, Boulevard Montmartre

30. Market at Gisors, Rue Cappeville

Market at Gisors, Rue Cappeville

31. Place du Theatre-Francais, Spring

Place du Theatre-Francais, Spring

32. Place du Thretre Francais Sun Effect

Place du Thretre Francais Sun Effect

33. Place Saint Lazare

Place Saint Lazare

34. Ploughland

Ploughland
  • Artwork Name: Ploughland
  • Year: 1874
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 64 x 49 cm

35. Pont Neuf Fog

Pont Neuf Fog

36. Pont Neuf, the Statue of Henri IV, Sunny Weather, Morning

Pont Neuf, the Statue of Henri IV, Sunny Weather, Morning

37. Pontoise banks of the Oise

Pontoise banks of the Oise

38. Pontoise Dam

Pontoise Dam

39. Pontoise Landscape, Through the Fields

Pontoise Landscape, Through the Fields

40. Pontoise, Les Mathurins

Pontoise, Les Mathurins

41. Shoemakers

Shoemakers
  • Artwork Name: Shoemakers
  • Year: c.1878
  • Medium: pastel,paper

42. Snow at Montfoucault

Snow at Montfoucault

43. Snow at the Hermitage, Pontoise

Snow at the Hermitage, Pontoise

44. Snow Effect at Eragny

Snow Effect at Eragny

45. Snow Effect in Montfoucault

Snow Effect in Montfoucault

46. Spring at Eragny

Spring at Eragny

47. Spring at Pontoise

Spring at Pontoise

48. Spring, Gray Weather, Eragny

Spring, Gray Weather, Eragny

49. Spring Morning, Cloudy, Eragny

Spring Morning, Cloudy, Eragny

50. Spring Morning, Pontoise

Spring Morning, Pontoise

51. The Effect of Snow, Sunset, Eragny

The Effect of Snow, Sunset, Eragny

52. The Effect of Sunlight

The Effect of Sunlight

53. The Factory

The Factory
  • Artwork Name: The Factory
  • Year: 1873
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 48 x 56 cm

54. The Fair by the Church of Saint Jacques, Dieppe

The Fair by the Church of Saint Jacques, Dieppe

55. The Fair, Dieppe Sunny Afternoon

The Fair, Dieppe Sunny Afternoon

56. The Fair in Dieppe, Sunny Morning

The Fair in Dieppe, Sunny Morning

57. The Farm, Osny

The Farm, Osny

58. The Field by the Ango Inn, Varengeville

The Field by the Ango Inn, Varengeville

59. The Fields of Eragny, the Apple Tree

The Fields of Eragny, the Apple Tree

60. The Fishmarket, Dieppe

The Fishmarket, Dieppe

61. The Pont Corneille, Rouen, Morning Mist

The Pont Corneille, Rouen, Morning Mist

62. The Pont du Carrousel, Afternoon

The Pont du Carrousel, Afternoon

63. The Pont Neuf

The Pont Neuf

64. The Pont Neuf

The Pont Neuf
  • Artwork Name: The Pont Neuf
  • Year: 1902
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 55 x 46 cm

65. The Pont Neuf 2

The Pont Neuf 2
  • Artwork Name: The Pont Neuf 2
  • Year: 1901
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46.5 x 39 cm

66. The Pont Neuf 2

The Pont Neuf 2
  • Artwork Name: The Pont Neuf 2
  • Year: 1902
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 54.6 x 64.8 cm

67. The Pont Neuf, Afternoon

The Pont Neuf, Afternoon

68. The Pont Neuf and the Statue of Henri IV

The Pont Neuf and the Statue of Henri IV

69. Twilight, Eragny

Twilight, Eragny

70. Two Cowherds by the River

Two Cowherds by the River

71. Two Peasants

Two Peasants

72. Two Woman Chatting by the Sea, St. Thomas

Two Woman Chatting by the Sea, St. Thomas

73. Two Young Peasants Chatting under the Trees

Two Young Peasants Chatting under the Trees

74. Unloading Wood at Rouen

Unloading Wood at Rouen

75. Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace, London

Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace, London

76. Valhermeil near Oise, Rain effect

Valhermeil near Oise, Rain effect

77. Varengeville, Sunset

Varengeville, Sunset

78. Vase of Flowers

Vase of Flowers

79. A Cottage in the Snow

A Cottage in the Snow

80. A Cowherd on the Route de Chou, Pontoise

A Cowherd on the Route de Chou, Pontoise

81. A Creek in Saint Thomas, Antilles

A Creek in Saint Thomas, Antilles

82. A Field in Varengeville

A Field in Varengeville

83. Afternoon in Eragny grey weather

Afternoon in Eragny grey weather

84. Afternoon, Sun, Rouen

Afternoon, Sun, Rouen

85. Cowherd

Cowherd

86. Cowherd at Eragny

Cowherd at Eragny

87. Cowherd in a Field at Eragny

Cowherd in a Field at Eragny

88. Cowherd, Pontoise

Cowherd, Pontoise

89. Cowherd, Pontoise

Cowherd, Pontoise

90. Cowherds, Bazincourt

Cowherds, Bazincourt

91. Crossroads at l'Hermitage, Pontoise

Crossroads at l'Hermitage, Pontoise

92. Dieppe, Dunquesne Basin, Low Tide, Sun, Morning

Dieppe, Dunquesne Basin, Low Tide, Sun, Morning

93. Dieppe, Dunquesne Basin, Sunlight Effect, Morning, Low Tide

Dieppe, Dunquesne Basin, Sunlight Effect, Morning, Low Tide

94. Donkey Ride at La Roche-Guyon

Donkey Ride at La Roche-Guyon

95. Jacob Coin de village

Jacob Coin de village

96. Jeanne Coushant

Jeanne Coushant

97. Jeanne Holding a fan

Jeanne Holding a fan

98. Jeanne in the Garden, Pontoise

Jeanne in the Garden, Pontoise

99. Jeanne Reading

Jeanne Reading
  • Artwork Name: Jeanne Reading
  • Year: 1899
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 56 x 67 cm

100. Jubilie Celebration at Bedford Park, London

Jubilie Celebration at Bedford Park, London

101. June Morning, View over the Hills over Pontoise

June Morning, View over the Hills over Pontoise

102. Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

103. Kensington Gardens, London

Kensington Gardens, London

104. Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

105. Market at Pontoise

Market at Pontoise
  • Artwork Name: Market at Pontoise
  • Year: c.1880 - c.1882
  • Medium: tempera
  • Dimensions: 62 x 46 cm

106. Market at Pontoise

Market at Pontoise

107. Marketplace, Gisors

Marketplace, Gisors

108. Meadow at Bazincourt

Meadow at Bazincourt

109. Meadow at Bazincourt

Meadow at Bazincourt

110. Meadow at Bazincourt

Meadow at Bazincourt

111. Meadows at Eragny

Meadows at Eragny

112. Milking Cows

Milking Cows

113. Mirbeau's Garden, the Terrace

Mirbeau's Garden, the Terrace

114. Misty Morning at Creil

Misty Morning at Creil

115. Pontoise, the Road to Gisors in Winter

Pontoise, the Road to Gisors in Winter

116. Poor footpath, Pontoise, snow effect

Poor footpath, Pontoise, snow effect

117. Poor John

Poor John

118. Poplars, Afternoon in Eragny

Poplars, Afternoon in Eragny

119. Portal from the Abbey Church of Saint Laurent

Portal from the Abbey Church of Saint Laurent

120. Portrait of Eugene Murer

Portrait of Eugene Murer

121. Portrait of Eugenie Estruc

Portrait of Eugenie Estruc

122. Portrait of Felix Pissarro

Portrait of Felix Pissarro

123. Portrait of Georges

Portrait of Georges

124. Portrait of Jeanne

Portrait of Jeanne

125. Springtime at Eragny (study)

Springtime at Eragny (study)

126. Springtime, Peasants in a Field

Springtime, Peasants in a Field

127. Square du Vert Galant, Sunny Morning

Square du Vert Galant, Sunny Morning

128. Stagecoach to Louveciennes

Stagecoach to Louveciennes

129. Steamboats

Steamboats
  • Artwork Name: Steamboats
  • Year: 1883
  • Medium: oil,canvas

130. Steamboats in the Port of Rouen

Steamboats in the Port of Rouen

131. Still Life

Still Life
  • Artwork Name: Still Life
  • Year: 1867
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 81 x 99.6 cm

132. Still Life with a Coffee Pot

Still Life with a Coffee Pot

133. Still Life with Apples and Pitcher

Still Life with Apples and Pitcher

134. Still Life with Peppers

Still Life with Peppers

135. The Fishmarket, Dieppe 2

The Fishmarket, Dieppe 2

136. The Fishmarket, Dieppe, Grey Weather, Morning

The Fishmarket, Dieppe, Grey Weather, Morning

137. The Forest

The Forest
  • Artwork Name: The Forest
  • Year: 1870
  • Medium: oil,canvas

138. The froggybog at Bougival

The froggybog at Bougival

139. The Garden at Eragny

The Garden at Eragny

140. The Garden at Pontoise

The Garden at Pontoise

141. The Gardener, Afternoon Sun, Eragny

The Gardener, Afternoon Sun, Eragny

142. The Garden in Spring, Eragny

The Garden in Spring, Eragny

143. The Garden of the Hotel Berneval

The Garden of the Hotel Berneval

144. The Garden of the Tuileries, Morning, Spring

The Garden of the Tuileries, Morning, Spring

145. The Pont Neuf, Rainy Afternoon

The Pont Neuf, Rainy Afternoon

146. The Pont Neuf, Shipwreck of the Bonne Mere

The Pont Neuf, Shipwreck of the Bonne Mere

147. The Pont Neuf, Snow

The Pont Neuf, Snow

148. The Pont Neuf, Statue of Henri IV, Mist

The Pont Neuf, Statue of Henri IV, Mist

149. The Pontoise Bridge

The Pontoise Bridge

150. The Pont Royal and the Pavillion de Flore

The Pont Royal and the Pavillion de Flore

151. The Pont Royal and the Pavillion de Flore

The Pont Royal and the Pavillion de Flore

152. The Pont Royal and the Pavillon de Flore

The Pont Royal and the Pavillon de Flore

153. The Pont Royal, Grey Weather, Afternoon, Spring

The Pont Royal, Grey Weather, Afternoon, Spring

154. The Pork Butcher

The Pork Butcher
  • Artwork Name: The Pork Butcher
  • Year: 1883
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 66 x 54 cm

155. Vase of Flowers, Tulips and Garnets

Vase of Flowers, Tulips and Garnets

156. Vegetable Garden at Hermitage near Pontoise

Vegetable Garden at Hermitage near Pontoise

157. Vegetable Garden in Eragny, Overcast Sky, Morning

Vegetable Garden in Eragny, Overcast Sky, Morning

158. View Across Stamford Brook Common

View Across Stamford Brook Common

159. View from Louveciennes

View from Louveciennes

160. View of a Farm in Osny

View of a Farm in Osny

161. View of Bazincourt, Flood, Morning Effect

View of Bazincourt, Flood, Morning Effect

162. View of Bazincourt, Frost, Morning

View of Bazincourt, Frost, Morning

163. View of Bazincourt, Sunset

View of Bazincourt, Sunset

164. View of Duquesne and Berrigny Basins in Dieppe

View of Duquesne and Berrigny Basins in Dieppe

165. Afternoon, Sun, the Inner Harbor, Dieppe

Afternoon, Sun, the Inner Harbor, Dieppe

166. Afternoon, the Dunquesne Basin, Dieppe, Low Tide

Afternoon, the Dunquesne Basin, Dieppe, Low Tide

167. After the Rain, Autumn, Eragny

After the Rain, Autumn, Eragny

168. All Saints' Church, Upper Norwood

All Saints' Church, Upper Norwood

169. A Meadow in Eragny

A Meadow in Eragny

170. A Meadow in Moret

A Meadow in Moret

171. An Apple Tree at Eragny

An Apple Tree at Eragny

172. Antilian Landscape, St. Thomas

Antilian Landscape, St. Thomas

173. A part of Groettes, Pontoise, Gray Weather

A part of Groettes, Pontoise, Gray Weather

174. A part of Jallais, Pontoise

A part of Jallais, Pontoise

175. Ducks on the Pond at Montfoucault

Ducks on the Pond at Montfoucault

176. Dulwich College, London

Dulwich College, London

177. Elderly Woman Mending Old Clothes, Moret

Elderly Woman Mending Old Clothes, Moret

178. Enclosed Field at Eragny

Enclosed Field at Eragny

179. Entering a Village

Entering a Village

180. Entering the Forest of Marly (Snow Effect)

Entering the Forest of Marly (Snow Effect)

181. Entrance to the Village of Voisins, Yvelines

Entrance to the Village of Voisins, Yvelines

182. Eragny

Eragny
  • Artwork Name: Eragny
  • Year: 1890
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

183. Eragny Landscape

Eragny Landscape

184. Eragny Landscape

Eragny Landscape

185. Kew Gardens 2

Kew Gardens 2

186. Kew Gardens, Crossroads near the Pond

Kew Gardens, Crossroads near the Pond

187. Kew Gardens - Path to the Great Glasshouse

Kew Gardens - Path to the Great Glasshouse

188. Kew Gardens, the LIttle Greenhouse

Kew Gardens, the LIttle Greenhouse

189. Kew, the Path to the Main Conservatory

Kew, the Path to the Main Conservatory

190. Kitchen Garden at the Hermitage, Pontoise

Kitchen Garden at the Hermitage, Pontoise

191. Kitchen Garden in Eragny, Afternoon

Kitchen Garden in Eragny, Afternoon

192. Kitchen Gardens at l'Hermitage, Pontoise

Kitchen Gardens at l'Hermitage, Pontoise

193. Kitchen Gardens, Pontoise

Kitchen Gardens, Pontoise

194. Kneeling woman

Kneeling woman

195. Morning, after the Rain, Rouen

Morning, after the Rain, Rouen

196. Morning, Autumn Sunlight, Eragny

Morning, Autumn Sunlight, Eragny

197. Morning, Flowering Apple Trees, Eragny

Morning, Flowering Apple Trees, Eragny

198. Morning, Overcast Day, Rouen

Morning, Overcast Day, Rouen

199. Morning, Rouen, the Quays

Morning, Rouen, the Quays

200. Morning, Sun Effect, Eragny

Morning, Sun Effect, Eragny

201. Morning Sunlighton the Snow, Eragny-sur-Epte

Morning Sunlighton the Snow, Eragny-sur-Epte

202. Mother Jolly

Mother Jolly

203. Mother Lucien s Field at Eragny

Mother Lucien s Field at Eragny

204. Mother Lucien's Yard

Mother Lucien's Yard

205. Portrait of Jeanne

Portrait of Jeanne

206. Portrait of Jeanne

Portrait of Jeanne

207. Portrait of Jeanne in a Pink Robe

Portrait of Jeanne in a Pink Robe

208. Portrait of Jeanne Rachel (Minette)

Portrait of Jeanne Rachel (Minette)

209. Portrait of Jeanne, the Artist's Daughter

Portrait of Jeanne, the Artist's Daughter

210. Portrait of Ludovic Rodo Pissarro

Portrait of Ludovic Rodo Pissarro

211. Portrait of Madame Felicie Vellay Estruc

Portrait of Madame Felicie Vellay Estruc

212. Portrait of Madame Pissarro

Portrait of Madame Pissarro

213. Portrait of Madame Pissarro Sewing near a Window

Portrait of Madame Pissarro Sewing near a Window

214. Portrait of Monsieur Louis Estruc

Portrait of Monsieur Louis Estruc

215. Street in the Snow, Louveciennes

Street in the Snow, Louveciennes

216. Street Snow Effect

Street Snow Effect

217. Street Winter Sunlight and Snow

Street Winter Sunlight and Snow

218. Strong Winds, Pontoise

Strong Winds, Pontoise

219. St. Stephen's Church, Lower Norwood

St. Stephen's Church, Lower Norwood

220. Study at Pontoise

Study at Pontoise
  • Artwork Name: Study at Pontoise
  • Year: c.1878
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 55.88 x 46.3 cm

221. Study for 'All Saints' Church, Upper Norwood'

Study for 'All Saints' Church, Upper Norwood'

222. Study for 'Cowherd at Eragny'

Study for 'Cowherd at Eragny'

223. Study for 'La Batterie a Montfoucault'

Study for 'La Batterie a Montfoucault'

224. Study for the apple picker

Study for the apple picker

225. The Gardens of l'Hermitage, Pontoise

The Gardens of l'Hermitage, Pontoise

226. The Gleaners

The Gleaners
  • Artwork Name: The Gleaners
  • Year: 1889
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.5 x 81 cm

227. The Goose Girl

The Goose Girl
  • Artwork Name: The Goose Girl
  • Year: 1900
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 54 x 65 cm

228. The Goose Girl at Montfoucault, White Frost

The Goose Girl at Montfoucault, White Frost

229. The Great Bridge, Rouen

The Great Bridge, Rouen

230. The Harvest

The Harvest

231. The Harvest

The Harvest
  • Artwork Name: The Harvest
  • Year: 1882
  • Medium: pastel,paper
  • Dimensions: 70.3 x 126 cm

232. The Harvest

The Harvest
  • Artwork Name: The Harvest
  • Year: 1883
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 32.5 x 41 cm

233. The Harvest at Montfoucault

The Harvest at Montfoucault

234. The Harvest at Montfoucault 2

The Harvest at Montfoucault 2

235. The Port of Dieppe

The Port of Dieppe

236. The Port of Dieppe, the Dunquesne and Berrigny Basins High Tide, Sunny Afternoon

The Port of Dieppe, the Dunquesne and Berrigny Basins High Tide, Sunny Afternoon

237. The Port of Le Havre

The Port of Le Havre

238. The Port of Le Havre 2

The Port of Le Havre 2

239. The Port of Rouen

The Port of Rouen

240. The Port of Rouen 2

The Port of Rouen 2

241. The Potato Harvest

The Potato Harvest

242. The Poultry Market

The Poultry Market

243. The Poultry Market at Pontoise

The Poultry Market at Pontoise

244. The Quarry, Pontoise

The Quarry, Pontoise

245. View of Eragny

View of Eragny

246. View of Eragny

View of Eragny

247. View of Eragny

View of Eragny
  • Artwork Name: View of Eragny
  • Year: 1895
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 54.6 x 65.4 cm

248. View of l'Hermitage at Pontoise

View of l'Hermitage at Pontoise

249. View of Marly le Roi

View of Marly le Roi

250. View of Osny near Pontoise

View of Osny near Pontoise

251. View of Paris, Rue d'Amsterdam

View of Paris, Rue d'Amsterdam

252. View of Pontoise

View of Pontoise
  • Artwork Name: View of Pontoise
  • Year: 1873
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 53 x 82 cm

253. View of Pontoise: Quai au Pothuis

View of Pontoise: Quai au Pothuis

254. View of Rouen

View of Rouen

255. A Path Across the Fields

A Path Across the Fields

256. A Path in the Woods, Pontoise

A Path in the Woods, Pontoise

257. A Peasant in the Lane at Hermitage, Pontoise

A Peasant in the Lane at Hermitage, Pontoise

258. Apple Blossoms, Eragny

Apple Blossoms, Eragny

259. Apple Gatherers

Apple Gatherers

260. Apple Picking at Eragny-sur-Epte

Apple Picking at Eragny-sur-Epte

261. Apples and Pears in a Round Basket

Apples and Pears in a Round Basket

262. Apples Trees at Pontoise

Apples Trees at Pontoise

263. Apple Tree at Eragny

Apple Tree at Eragny

264. Apple Trees and Poplars in the Setting Sun

Apple Trees and Poplars in the Setting Sun

265. Eragny Landscape, Le Pre

Eragny Landscape, Le Pre

266. Eragny, Sunset

Eragny, Sunset

267. Eragny, Twilight

Eragny, Twilight
  • Artwork Name: Eragny, Twilight
  • Year: 1890
  • Medium: watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 22.4 x 28.2 cm

268. Eugene Murer at His Pastry Oven

Eugene Murer at His Pastry Oven

269. Family Garden

Family Garden

270. Fan Project

Fan Project
  • Artwork Name: Fan Project
  • Medium: watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 33.4 x 59.5 cm

271. Farm and Steeple at Sunset

Farm and Steeple at Sunset

272. Farm at Basincourt

Farm at Basincourt

273. Farm at Montfoucault

Farm at Montfoucault

274. Farm at Montfoucault 2

Farm at Montfoucault 2

275. La Marchande de Marrons, Fiore de la St. Martin, Pontoise

La Marchande de Marrons, Fiore de la St. Martin, Pontoise

276. La Mere Gaspard

La Mere Gaspard
  • Artwork Name: La Mere Gaspard
  • Year: 1876
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 55.4 x 45.7 cm

277. Landscape

Landscape
  • Artwork Name: Landscape
  • Year: c.1890
  • Dimensions: 31 x 63.5 cm

278. Landscape

Landscape

279. Landscape

Landscape
  • Artwork Name: Landscape
  • Year: 1890
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

280. Landscape 2

Landscape 2

281. Landscape 3

Landscape 3

282. Landscape at Bazincourt

Landscape at Bazincourt

283. Landscape at Chaponval

Landscape at Chaponval

284. Landscape at Eragny

Landscape at Eragny

285. Mother Presle, Montfoucault

Mother Presle, Montfoucault

286. Mountain Landscape at Saint Thomas, Antilles (unfinished)

Mountain Landscape at Saint Thomas, Antilles (unfinished)

287. Near Eragny

Near Eragny
  • Artwork Name: Near Eragny
  • Year: c.1887
  • Medium: pastel,paper

288. Near Pointoise

Near Pointoise

289. Near Pontoise

Near Pontoise
  • Artwork Name: Near Pontoise
  • Year: c.1877 - c.1879
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 40.5 x 26 cm

290. Near Sydenham Hill, Looking towards Lower Norwood

Near Sydenham Hill, Looking towards Lower Norwood

291. Neaufles Sant Martin, near Gisors

Neaufles Sant Martin, near Gisors

292. Old Houses at Eragny

Old Houses at Eragny

293. Old Winegrower in Moret

Old Winegrower in Moret

294. Old Woman with Ducks at Montfoucault

Old Woman with Ducks at Montfoucault

295. Portrait of Nini

Portrait of Nini

296. Portrait of Paul Cezanne

Portrait of Paul Cezanne

297. Portrait of Paulemile

Portrait of Paulemile

298. Portrait of Paulemile

Portrait of Paulemile

299. Portrait of Pere Papeille, Pontoise

Portrait of Pere Papeille, Pontoise

300. Portrait of Rodo Pissarro Reading

Portrait of Rodo Pissarro Reading

301. Portrait of Rodo Reading

Portrait of Rodo Reading

302. Portrait of the Artist's Mother

Portrait of the Artist's Mother

303. Portrait of the Artist's Son, Ludovic Rudolphe

Portrait of the Artist's Son, Ludovic Rudolphe

304. Potato Harvest

Potato Harvest

305. Study for The Banks of Marne in Winter

Study for The Banks of Marne in Winter

306. Study for The Harvest at Montfoucault

Study for The Harvest at Montfoucault

307. Study of Apple Trees at Eragny

Study of Apple Trees at Eragny

308. Suicide of an abandoned woman

Suicide of an abandoned woman

309. Summer Fishing

Summer Fishing

310. Sunlight, Afternoon, La Rue de l'Epicerie, Rouen

Sunlight, Afternoon, La Rue de l'Epicerie, Rouen

311. Sunlight on the Road Pontoise

Sunlight on the Road Pontoise

312. Sunrise at Rouen

Sunrise at Rouen

313. Sunrise on the Sea

Sunrise on the Sea

314. Sunrise over the Fields, Eragny

Sunrise over the Fields, Eragny

315. The Harvest of Hay in Eragny

The Harvest of Hay in Eragny

316. The haystack, Pontoise

The haystack, Pontoise

317. The Hay Wagon, Montfoucault

The Hay Wagon, Montfoucault

318. The hayymaker

The hayymaker

319. The Hermitage at Pontoise

The Hermitage at Pontoise

320. The Hill at Vaches, Bazincourt

The Hill at Vaches, Bazincourt

321. The Hills of Thierceville

The Hills of Thierceville

322. The House in the Fields, Rueil

The House in the Fields, Rueil

323. The House in the Forest

The House in the Forest

324. The House of Monsieur Musy, Louveciennes

The House of Monsieur Musy, Louveciennes

325. The Quays at Rouen

The Quays at Rouen

326. The railroad bridge at Bedford Park 1

The railroad bridge at Bedford Park 1

327. The Railroad Crossing at Les Patis

The Railroad Crossing at Les Patis

328. The Railway Bridge, Pontoise

The Railway Bridge, Pontoise

329. The Raised Tarrace of the Pont Neuf and Statue of Henri IV

The Raised Tarrace of the Pont Neuf and Statue of Henri IV

330. The Raised Terrace of the Pont Neuf

The Raised Terrace of the Pont Neuf

331. The Raised Terrace of the Pont Neuf, Place Henri IV, Afternoon, Rain

The Raised Terrace of the Pont Neuf, Place Henri IV, Afternoon, Rain

332. The Red House

The Red House

333. The Rising Path, Pontoise

The Rising Path, Pontoise

334. The river and willows, Eragny

The river and willows, Eragny

335. View of Rouen

View of Rouen

336. View of Saint Ouen L'Aumone

View of Saint Ouen L'Aumone

337. View of the Cotton Mill at Oissel, near Rouen

View of the Cotton Mill at Oissel, near Rouen

338. View of the Seine from the Raised Terrace of the Pont Neuf

View of the Seine from the Raised Terrace of the Pont Neuf

339. View of the Tuileries, Morning

View of the Tuileries, Morning

340. View Through a Window, Eragny

View Through a Window, Eragny

341. View Towards Pontoise Prison, in Spring

View Towards Pontoise Prison, in Spring

342. Village at the Foot of a Hill in Saint Thomas, Antilles

Village at the Foot of a Hill in Saint Thomas, Antilles

343. Village Church

Village Church

344. Village Corner

Village Corner
  • Artwork Name: Village Corner
  • Year: 1863
  • Medium: oil,panel
  • Dimensions: 16 x 29.5 cm

345. Apple Trees at Pontoise

Apple Trees at Pontoise

346. Apple Trees in a Field

Apple Trees in a Field

347. Apple Trees, Sunset, Eragny

Apple Trees, Sunset, Eragny

348. A Road in Louveciennes

A Road in Louveciennes

349. A Servant Seated in the Garden at Eragny

A Servant Seated in the Garden at Eragny

350. A Square in La Roche Guyon

A Square in La Roche Guyon

351. A Street in Auvers (Thatched Cottage and Cow)

A Street in Auvers (Thatched Cottage and Cow)

352. A Street in l'Hermitage, Pontoise

A Street in l'Hermitage, Pontoise

353. A Street in Pontoise

A Street in Pontoise

354. Autumn Landscape, near Pontoise

Autumn Landscape, near Pontoise

355. Farmyard

Farmyard
  • Artwork Name: Farmyard
  • Year: c.1863
  • Medium: oil,canvas

356. Farmyard at the Maison Rouge, Pontoise

Farmyard at the Maison Rouge, Pontoise

357. Farmyard in Pontoise

Farmyard in Pontoise

358. Father Melon Lighting his Pipe

Father Melon Lighting his Pipe

359. Feast Day in Knokke

Feast Day in Knokke

360. February, Sunrise, Bazincourt

February, Sunrise, Bazincourt

361. Female Peasant Carding Wool

Female Peasant Carding Wool

362. Festival at the Hermitage

Festival at the Hermitage

363. Field at Eragny

Field at Eragny
  • Artwork Name: Field at Eragny
  • Year: 1885
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 32.5 x 45.8 cm

364. Field of Oats in Eragny

Field of Oats in Eragny

365. Landscape at Eragny

Landscape at Eragny

366. Landscape at Eragny

Landscape at Eragny

367. Landscape at Eragny, Clear Weather

Landscape at Eragny, Clear Weather

368. Landscape at Le Varenne Saint Hilaire

Landscape at Le Varenne Saint Hilaire

369. Landscape at l'Hermitage

Landscape at l'Hermitage

370. Landscape at Louveciennes

Landscape at Louveciennes

371. Landscape at Louveciennes

Landscape at Louveciennes

372. Landscape at Melleray, Woman Carrying Water to Horses

Landscape at Melleray, Woman Carrying Water to Horses

373. Landscape at Osny

Landscape at Osny

374. Landscape at Osny

Landscape at Osny

375. On Orchard in Pontoise in Winter

On Orchard in Pontoise in Winter

376. Orchards at Louveciennes

Orchards at Louveciennes

377. Outer harbour of Le Havre

Outer harbour of Le Havre

378. Outskirts of Louveciennes

Outskirts of Louveciennes

379. Pastoral

Pastoral

380. Path of Hermitage at Pontoise

Path of Hermitage at Pontoise

381. Path to Le Chou, Pontoise

Path to Le Chou, Pontoise

382. Paul Emile Pissarro

Paul Emile Pissarro

383. Paul, Study

Paul, Study
  • Artwork Name: Paul, Study
  • Year: 1898
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 55.25 x 46.3 cm

384. Paul Writing

Paul Writing
  • Artwork Name: Paul Writing
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 38 x 46.5 cm

385. Potato Harvest

Potato Harvest

386. Potato Market, Boulevard des Fosses, Pontoise

Potato Market, Boulevard des Fosses, Pontoise

387. Poultry Market at Gisors

Poultry Market at Gisors

388. Poultry Market, Pontoise

Poultry Market, Pontoise

389. Primrose Hill, Regent's Park

Primrose Hill, Regent's Park

390. Pumpkin Merchant

Pumpkin Merchant

391. Quai du Pothuis, at Pontoise

Quai du Pothuis, at Pontoise

392. Quai Malaquais in the Afternoon, Sunshine

Quai Malaquais in the Afternoon, Sunshine

393. Quai Malaquais, Morning

Quai Malaquais, Morning

394. Quay in Rouen Sunset

Quay in Rouen Sunset

395. Sunset

Sunset
  • Artwork Name: Sunset
  • Year: 1872
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 27 x 39 cm

396. Sunset at Eragny

Sunset at Eragny

397. Sunset at Eragny

Sunset at Eragny
  • Artwork Name: Sunset at Eragny
  • Year: 1890
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.2 x 81.3 cm

398. Sunset at Eragny

Sunset at Eragny

399. Sunset at Moret-sur-Loing

Sunset at Moret-sur-Loing

400. Sunset at Sent Charlez. Eragny

Sunset at Sent Charlez. Eragny

401. Sunset at Valhermeil, near Pontoise

Sunset at Valhermeil, near Pontoise

402. Sunset, Bazincourt Steeple

Sunset, Bazincourt Steeple

403. Sunset, Bazincourt Steeple

Sunset, Bazincourt Steeple

404. Sunset, Rouen

Sunset, Rouen
  • Artwork Name: Sunset, Rouen
  • Year: 1898
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 54 x 65 cm

405. The Inner Harbor, Dieppe

The Inner Harbor, Dieppe

406. The Inner Harbor, Dieppe Afternoon, Sun, Low Tide

The Inner Harbor, Dieppe Afternoon, Sun, Low Tide

407. The Inner Harbor, Dpeppe, High Tide, Morning, Grey Weather

The Inner Harbor, Dpeppe, High Tide, Morning, Grey Weather

408. The Inner Harbor, Havre

The Inner Harbor, Havre

409. The Inner Port and Pilots Jetty, Havre

The Inner Port and Pilots Jetty, Havre

410. The Jetty, Le Havre, High Tide, Morning Sun

The Jetty, Le Havre, High Tide, Morning Sun

411. The Knocke Windmill, Belgium

The Knocke Windmill, Belgium

412. The Large Walnut Tree at Hermitage

The Large Walnut Tree at Hermitage

413. The Laundry Woman

The Laundry Woman
  • Artwork Name: The Laundry Woman
  • Year: c.1898
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 27 x 20.6 cm

414. The Laundry Woman

The Laundry Woman
  • Artwork Name: The Laundry Woman
  • Year: 1879
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 55.6 x 46.5 cm

415. The River Oise near Pontoise

The River Oise near Pontoise

416. The Road

The Road
  • Artwork Name: The Road
  • Year: c.1864
  • Medium: oil,canvas

417. The road

The road
  • Artwork Name: The road
  • Year: c.1870
  • Medium: oil,canvas

418. The Road from Versailles to Saint Germain, Louveciennes. Snow Effect

The Road from Versailles to Saint Germain, Louveciennes. Snow Effect

419. The Road from Versalles to Saint Germain at Louveciennes

The Road from Versalles to Saint Germain at Louveciennes

420. The road of Versailles

The road of Versailles

421. The Road to L'Hermitage in Snow

The Road to L'Hermitage in Snow

422. The Road to Saint Cyr at Louveciennes

The Road to Saint Cyr at Louveciennes

423. The Road to Versailles at Louveciennes

The Road to Versailles at Louveciennes

424. The Roofs of Old Rouen Grey Weather

The Roofs of Old Rouen Grey Weather

425. Village Street, Auvers-sur-Oise

Village Street, Auvers-sur-Oise

426. Wallnut and Apple Trees in Bloom at Eragny

Wallnut and Apple Trees in Bloom at Eragny

427. Walnut Tree in Spring

Walnut Tree in Spring

428. Wanderer near the Wood

Wanderer near the Wood

429. Washerwoman, Eragny

Washerwoman, Eragny

430. Wash House at Bougival

Wash House at Bougival

431. Weeders

Weeders
  • Artwork Name: Weeders
  • Year: 1882
  • Dimensions: 21.7 x 30.7 cm

432. White Frost at Eragny

White Frost at Eragny

433. White Horse on a Farm

White Horse on a Farm

434. Windmill at Knokke, Belgium

Windmill at Knokke, Belgium

435. Autumn, Montfoucault Pond

Autumn, Montfoucault Pond

The artwork, titled "Autumn, Montfoucault Pond," created by Camille Pissarro in 1875, is an oil painting on canvas representing the Impressionist movement. It belongs to the genre of landscape painting and is currently held in a private collection. The scene depicts an idyllic autumn day by a pond, framed by lush trees with leaves rendered in vivid shades of gold and green. The tranquility of the setting is enhanced by the presence of livestock and figures engaged in pastoral activities, all bathed in the soft, diffused light characteristic of Pissarro's technique.

436. Autumn Morning

Autumn Morning
  • Artwork Name: Autumn Morning
  • Year: 1892
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 55 cm

"Autumn Morning," an oil on canvas painted by Camille Pissarro in 1892, is a fine example of Impressionist landscape art. Measuring 46 x 55 cm, the artwork captures a serene countryside scene imbued with the delicate colors and light typical of the autumn season. The composition features trees with sparse foliage and fields stretching into the background, rendered in soft, blended brushstrokes that create a sense of atmospheric depth. This piece is housed in the Von der Heydt Museum in Wuppertal, Germany, contributing to the museum's prestigious collection of Impressionist works.

437. Autumn morning at Eragny

Autumn morning at Eragny

The artwork, titled "Autumn Morning at Eragny," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1897 using oil on canvas and embodies the Impressionist movement. This landscape painting measures 65 by 54 cm and is currently housed in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia. The artwork captures the serene atmosphere of an autumn morning with vivid, light-infused brushstrokes, depicting a tranquil rural scene with trees in varying stages of seasonal change, a farmhouse in the distance, and a clear, expansive sky.

438. Autumn, Morning Mist, Éragny-sur-Epte

Autumn, Morning Mist, Éragny-sur-Epte

"Autumn, Morning Mist, Éragny-sur-Epte," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1902, is an oil on canvas landscape embodying the Impressionist movement. The artwork, measuring 46 x 55 cm, is housed in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK. It presents an ethereal morning scene in Éragny-sur-Epte, where the soft interplay of light and mist over a verdant, autumnal countryside invokes a serene and atmospheric quality. The delicate brushstrokes and nuanced color palette capture the transient beauty of nature, characteristic of Pissarro's sublime impressionistic technique.

439. Autumn, Poplars

Autumn, Poplars
  • Artwork Name: Autumn, Poplars
  • Year: 1894
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 102.8 x 81.9 cm

The artwork titled "Autumn, Poplars," created in 1894 by Camille Pissarro, is an exquisite oil painting on canvas that measures 102.8 by 81.9 centimeters. This piece epitomizes the Impressionist movement, characterized by its delicate brushwork and vibrant depiction of light. The painting captures a serene autumn landscape with an array of poplar trees, their leaves transitioning into brilliant fall colors. The scene exudes tranquility and highlights Pissarro’s masterful ability to convey the fleeting effects of natural light. The painting is currently housed in the Denver Art Museum in Denver, Colorado.

440. Autunm in Eragny

Autunm in Eragny

"Autumn in Eragny," created in 1899 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil on canvas painting that represents the Impressionist art movement through its landscape genre. The artwork displays a serene autumnal scene with rich, warm hues depicting the foliage in Eragny. The detailed brushwork and vibrant colors are emblematic of Pissarro's technique, capturing the essence of nature and seasonal transition. Currently housed in a private collection, this painting is a testament to Pissarro's mastery in conveying the beauty of rural landscapes.

441. Avenue de l'Opera - Effect of Snow

Avenue de l'Opera - Effect of Snow

"Avenue de l'Opera - Effect of Snow," created in 1898 by Camille Pissarro, is an Impressionist oil painting on canvas, measuring 54 x 65 cm. The artwork, categorized under the cityscape genre, is currently held in a private collection. The painting vividly depicts a snowy winter scene along the bustling Avenue de l'Opera in Paris, characterized by the soft interplay of light and shadow on the snow-covered street and buildings, capturing the ephemeral beauty and dynamic life of the city through the nuanced brushwork and vibrant atmosphere typical of Impressionism.

442. Avenue de l'Opera, Place du Theatre Francais. Misty

Avenue de l'Opera, Place du Theatre Francais. Misty

The artwork, "Avenue de l'Opera, Place du Theatre Francais. Misty," created by Camille Pissarro in 1898, exemplifies Impressionism within the genre of cityscape painting. The scene captures a bustling urban environment on a misty day, with a broad street lined by grand buildings receding into the background, softened by the haze. People and carriages populate the thoroughfare, adding a dynamic, lively atmosphere to the composition. The delicate play of light and shadow, along with the subtle yet rich color palette, highlights the artist's adeptness at conveying the ephemeral qualities of weather and light, quintessential to the Impressionist movement.

443. Avenue de l'Opera Rain Effect

Avenue de l'Opera Rain Effect

"Avenue de l'Opera Rain Effect," crafted by Camille Pissarro in 1898, is an Impressionist oil painting on canvas, measuring 65 by 83 centimeters. This cityscape captures the bustling Avenue de l'Opera in Paris under the tender blanket of rainfall. Rendered in Pissarro's characteristic brushwork, the artwork depicts horse-drawn carriages, pedestrians with umbrellas, and the reflection of wet streets, skillfully capturing the atmospheric nuances and dynamic energy of urban life. Though currently held in a private collection, this masterpiece remains a testament to Pissarro's adept ability to evoke the ephemeral beauty of a rainy day in the city.

444. Avenue de l'Opera, Snow Effect

Avenue de l'Opera, Snow Effect

"Avenue de l'Opera, Snow Effect" is an 1898 oil-on-canvas painting by Camille Pissarro, renowned for its intricate depiction of a bustling cityscape in winter. This artwork, part of the Impressionism movement, measures 65 by 81 centimeters and captures the atmospheric, hazy ambiance of snow-covered Parisian streets. It masterfully portrays the interplay of light and shadow, contributing to a vivid yet tranquil urban scene. Currently housed in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia, the artwork stands as a testament to Pissarro's exceptional ability to convey the ephemeral beauty of everyday life.

445. Field of Rye

Field of Rye
  • Artwork Name: Field of Rye
  • Year: 1888
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

"Field of Rye," crafted by Camille Pissarro in 1888, is an exquisite watercolor on paper landscape painting that exemplifies the Impressionism movement. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork captures a serene countryside scene with its gentle brushstrokes and soft color palette. The composition depicts a sprawling field with patches of rye, subtly undulating hills, and sporadically placed trees under an expansive sky. The ethereal quality of the painting showcases Pissarro's mastery in portraying the tranquility and natural beauty of rural landscapes.

446. Fields

Fields

"Fields," a landscape painting by Camille Pissarro, is a quintessential example of the Impressionist movement. The artwork captures the serene beauty of the countryside, portraying expansive fields under a dynamic sky. Pissarro's use of vibrant colors and loose brushstrokes evokes a sense of natural light and atmosphere, characteristic of the Impressionist style. The composition invites viewers into a tranquil and picturesque rural setting, emphasizing the artist's mastery in depicting the transient effects of light and nature.

447. Fields

Fields
  • Artwork Name: Fields
  • Year: 1877
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Fields," an 1877 oil painting on canvas by Camille Pissarro, epitomizes the Impressionist movement with its vibrant depiction of a landscape. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, showcases Pissarro's masterful use of color and light to capture the serene and bucolic charm of the countryside. Broad swathes of green and gold fields stretch into the horizon under a sky filled with dynamic, billowing clouds, accentuated by the subtle presence of distant buildings and trees, creating a harmonious balance between man and nature.

448. Fishermen on the Banks of the Oise

Fishermen on the Banks of the Oise

"Fishermen on the Banks of the Oise" is an Impressionist genre painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1876 using oil on canvas. The painting, measuring 38 x 56 cm, belongs to a private collection. The artwork depicts a serene riverside scene where fishermen are seated on the grassy banks of the Oise River. The sky is portrayed with dynamic brushstrokes, capturing the movement and changing colors of the clouds. The river is flanked by lush greenery and structures, including a boat docked near the shore, and further in the background, hints of industrial elements like a smoking chimney add an interplay of rural and industrial life. The composition and colors reflect the Impressionist ethos of capturing light and everyday moments.

449. Flock of Sheep

Flock of Sheep
  • Artwork Name: Flock of Sheep
  • Year: 1888
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 55.2 cm

"Flock of Sheep" by Camille Pissarro, created in 1888, is an oil on canvas genre painting measuring 46 x 55.2 cm. The artwork, belonging to the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements, is part of a private collection. Depicted in the artwork is a pastoral scene featuring a shepherd guiding a flock of sheep, with a backdrop of buildings and trees. Executed in the distinctive pointillist technique, the artwork captures the play of light and shadow, as well as the serene ambiance of rural life.

450. Flock of Sheep in a Field after the Harvest

Flock of Sheep in a Field after the Harvest

"Flock of Sheep in a Field after the Harvest," an oil on canvas created in 1889 by Camille Pissarro, belongs to the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism art movements. This genre painting, currently housed in a private collection, depicts a pastoral scene where a shepherd tends to a flock of sheep grazing in a field post-harvest. The artwork features soft, dotted brushstrokes typical of Pissarro's technique, emphasizing the tranquillity and picturesque nature of rural life. The scene is suffused with warm, natural light, capturing the essence of the countryside with its haystacks, scattered workers, and a harmonious blend of colors.

451. Flood in Pontoise

Flood in Pontoise

"Flood in Pontoise" is an 1882 oil on canvas landscape painting by Camille Pissarro, a prominent figure in the Impressionist movement. The artwork depicts a serene, flood-affected region in Pontoise, beautifully capturing the interaction between water and land within a rural setting. The soft, textured brushstrokes characteristic of Impressionism emphasize the atmospheric effects and the tranquil, idyllic nature of the scene. Currently held in a private collection, this piece exemplifies Pissarro's mastery in conveying the subtle interplay of natural elements through a harmonious palette and delicate light-handling techniques.

452. Flood, Twilight Effect, Eragny

Flood, Twilight Effect, Eragny

"Flood, Twilight Effect, Eragny," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1893, is an oil on canvas landscape artwork measuring 65 by 54 centimeters, exemplifying the Impressionism movement. The artwork, housed in a private collection, captures a serene twilight scene in Eragny, featuring a flooded landscape with muted, soft hues and the delicate interplay of light and shadows characteristic of twilight. The gentle brushstrokes and vibrant yet calming color palette evoke a tranquil, almost ethereal atmosphere, with trees and houses subtly reflecting in the still waters, creating a picturesque and peaceful rural setting.

453. Flood, White Effect, Eragny

Flood, White Effect, Eragny

The artwork, titled "Flood, White Effect, Eragny," is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1893. Belonging to the Impressionist movement, this landscape painting measures 54 by 65 centimeters and is currently housed in a private collection. The artwork depicts a serene floodplain with trees partly submerged in water, a small village in the background, and delicate brushstrokes that convey the tranquil and reflective atmosphere of the scene.

454. Flowering Apple Trees at Eragny

Flowering Apple Trees at Eragny

"Flowering Apple Trees at Eragny," created by Camille Pissarro in 1888, is an oil on canvas artwork housed in a private collection. This landscape painting, belonging to the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements, displays a serene rural scene where blossoming apple trees stand against a gentle, cloud-filled sky. The meticulous brushwork characteristic of Pointillism is evident, with small, distinct dots of color blending together to form a vivid and harmonious depiction of nature. In the foreground, two figures are depicted, evoking a sense of tranquil daily life amidst the flowering orchard.

455. Landscape at Osny near watering

Landscape at Osny near watering

"Landscape at Osny near Watering," an oil painting on canvas completed in 1883 by the distinguished Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro, depicts a serene, verdant landscape. The artwork, characterized by the lush greenery of tall trees and charming village structures bathed in natural light, encapsulates the essence of Impressionism with its emphasis on light, color, and textured brushstrokes. This landscape painting, categorized within the genre of landscape, is currently held in a private collection, showcasing Pissarro's profound connection to nature and his mastery of capturing its tranquil beauty.

456. Landscape at Pontoise

Landscape at Pontoise

"Landscape at Pontoise," created circa 1873 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil painting on canvas that measures 50 x 81 cm. This work, belonging to the Impressionist movement, is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork depicts a serene rural landscape, characterized by a mixture of cultivated land, trees, and a solitary building in the mid-ground. The arrangement of clouds in the sky and the use of light and shadow contribute greatly to the atmosphere, capturing a tranquil moment in the countryside near Pontoise.

457. Landscape at Pontoise

Landscape at Pontoise

"Landscape at Pontoise," created circa 1882 by renowned artist Camille Pissarro, is a pastel artwork on paper, showcasing the hallmarks of the Impressionist movement. Categorized under the genre of landscape, the artwork captures a serene, verdant scene dominated by lush greenery and subtle, natural light, reflecting Pissarro's adept use of soft colors and delicate brushstrokes. Currently housed in a private collection, the piece exemplifies the artist's deep connection to and profound appreciation for the natural environment.

458. Landscape at Pontoise 2

Landscape at Pontoise 2

"Landscape at Pontoise 2" by Camille Pissarro, created circa 1873, is a pastel on paper piece belonging to the Impressionism art movement. This landscape genre artwork is held in a private collection. The artwork captures a serene rural scenery featuring a central tree flanked by lush greenery, with a clear sky overhead adorned with soft clouds. The subtle use of pastels adds a delicate texture to the vibrant foliage, gently guiding the viewer's eye across the tranquil countryside with an impressionistic touch.

459. Landscape at Saint Charles

Landscape at Saint Charles

The artwork, titled "Landscape at Saint Charles," is a pastel on paper created by the renowned artist Camille Pissarro. Measuring 29.2 x 19 cm, it belongs to the Impressionism art movement and exemplifies the landscape genre. The scene depicted in the artwork portrays a serene, verdant pathway flanked by tall, slender trees, bathed in a soft, diffused light that captures the essence of a tranquil, natural setting. Currently, the artwork is held in a private collection.

460. Landscape at Valhermeil

Landscape at Valhermeil

"Landscape at Valhermeil," an oil on canvas artwork by Camille Pissarro, was created in 1878 during the Impressionist movement. This visually captivating landscape painting measures 38 by 55 centimeters and belongs to a private collection. The artwork depicts a serene rural scene with muted tones and soft brushstrokes, capturing the essence of the countryside with subtle yet evocative details characteristic of Impressionism.

461. Landscape at Varengeville

Landscape at Varengeville

"Landscape at Varengeville," created by Camille Pissarro in 1899, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Impressionist movement. This landscape artwork illustrates a serene rural scene characterized by tall, slender trees with sparse foliage, casting delicate shadows on the grassy terrain below. The artist's signature brush strokes and use of light effectively capture the tranquil ambiance of the countryside. Currently held in a private collection, the painting epitomizes the impressionist focus on light, nature, and the ephemeral beauty of landscapes.

462. Landscape, Bright Sunlight, Pontoise

Landscape, Bright Sunlight, Pontoise

"Landscape, Bright Sunlight, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1874, is an oil on canvas painting that embodies the Impressionist art movement. The artwork, classified under the landscape genre, vividly portrays a sunny rural scene in the village of Pontoise. Depicting a serene day, the painting features verdant trees, a rider on horseback, and a woman walking along a sunlit path, with a background of quaint village houses bathed in bright sunlight. The composition highlights Pissarro's mastery in capturing the interplay of light and natural scenery, characteristic of the Impressionist style.

463. Landscape, Fields, Eragny

Landscape, Fields, Eragny

The artwork entitled "Landscape, Fields, Eragny," created in 1885 by Camille Pissarro, is a remarkable oil canvas piece that belongs to the Impressionism art movement. This landscape painting is a testament to Pissarro's skill and his ability to capture the serene and bucolic beauty of the countryside. The composition features lush, rolling green fields, interspersed with trees and rustic buildings, under a tranquil sky. The detailed yet delicate brushstrokes characteristic of Impressionism bring the scene to life, imbuing it with vibrancy and a sense of natural harmony. This revered piece is housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, located in Philadelphia, PA, US.

464. Landscape, Frost and Fog, Eragny

Landscape, Frost and Fog, Eragny

"Landscape, Frost and Fog, Eragny" is an 1892 oil on canvas artwork by the Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro. The genre of the artwork is landscape, and it belongs to a private collection. The artwork captures a serene and chilly atmosphere in Eragny, characterized by frost-covered trees and a foggy ambiance. Pissarro's brushstrokes offer a textured and nuanced representation of the winter scene, reflecting the subtle hues and quiet beauty of the natural world during the colder months.

465. Paysanne Couchant

Paysanne Couchant
  • Artwork Name: Paysanne Couchant
  • Year: 1882
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 167.6 x 139.7 cm

"Paysanne Couchant," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, is an exquisite example of genre painting within the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements. Executed in oil on canvas, the artwork measures 167.6 by 139.7 cm and is currently housed in a private collection. The painting depicts a rural scene, featuring a female figure with a spade amidst a verdant landscape, accentuating the artist's mastery in capturing the essence of everyday life through a harmonious blend of color and light.

466. Pear Tress in Bloom, Eragny, Morning

Pear Tress in Bloom, Eragny, Morning

The artwork, titled "Pear Trees in Bloom, Eragny, Morning," was created by Camille Pissarro and belongs to the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements. It falls under the landscape genre. The artwork depicts a serene rural scene, characterized by robust pear trees in full bloom, accentuated by meticulously applied dots and dashes of color. The use of bright and vibrant hues, along with the precise technique of Pointillism, imparts a sense of lightness and vividness, capturing the essence of a peaceful morning in Eragny.

467. Peasant and Child

Peasant and Child
  • Artwork Name: Peasant and Child
  • Year: c.1890
  • Medium: watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 21.3 x 17.5 cm

The artwork titled "Peasant and Child," created by Camille Pissarro circa 1890, is a watercolor painting on paper belonging to the Impressionism movement. This portrait, measuring 21.3 by 17.5 cm, depicts a tender scene where a peasant woman and a child interact, drawing the viewer's gaze into their quiet, intimate world. The soft, flowing strokes and delicate colors characteristic of Pissarro's style enhance the poignant simplicity of everyday rural life. This piece is currently held in a private collection.

468. Peasant Crossing a Stream

Peasant Crossing a Stream

"Peasant Crossing a Stream," created circa 1894 by Camille Pissarro, is an Impressionist genre painting currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a peasant woman wading through a shallow stream, lifting her dress as she steps carefully through the water. Surrounding her is a lush, verdant landscape with tall trees arching above, casting dappled sunlight through their leaves. Ducks accompany her at the stream, enhancing the pastoral and serene atmosphere. The style exemplifies the Impressionist movement with its emphasis on natural light and the everyday life of ordinary people.

469. Peasant Donning Her Marmotte

Peasant Donning Her Marmotte

The artwork titled "Peasant Donning Her Marmotte," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. This genre painting measures 54.4 x 38 cm and currently resides in a private collection. The artwork depicts a peasant woman immersed in nature, engaged in the simple act of adjusting her head covering, set against a vivid backdrop of greenery and a sunlit path. The artist’s brushwork and use of color brilliantly capture the essence of natural light and rural life.

470. Peasant Gathering Grass

Peasant Gathering Grass

The artwork entitled "Peasant Gathering Grass," created in 1881 by Camille Pissarro, is an exquisite oil painting on canvas, exemplifying the Impressionist movement and categorized as a genre painting. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork captures a peasant woman in a serene rural setting, attentively gathering grass. The painterly technique, characterized by loose brush strokes and a focus on light and color, deftly encapsulates the simplicity and earnestness of everyday rural life, typical of Pissarro's oeuvre within the Impressionist canon.

471. Peasant Planting Pea Sticks

Peasant Planting Pea Sticks

"Peasant Planting Pea Sticks," a pastel on paper created by Camille Pissarro in 1891, exemplifies the Impressionism movement through its genre painting style. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, depicts a peasant woman engaged in the laborious act of planting pea sticks. The scene captures the essence of rural life with a focus on the figure's form and activity, subtly rendered with soft, blending hues of green, blue, and earthy tones against a light background. This piece showcases Pissarro's keen observation of everyday activities and his ability to infuse ordinary moments with an understated elegance and sense of realism.

472. Peasant Pushing a Wheelbarrow, Maison Rondest, Pontoise

Peasant Pushing a Wheelbarrow, Maison Rondest, Pontoise

The artwork, titled "Peasant Pushing a Wheelbarrow, Maison Rondest, Pontoise," is an oil on canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1874. Characterized by the Impressionist art movement, this genre painting depicts a tranquil rural scene with a peasant pushing a wheelbarrow through a path flanked by stone walls and verdant foliage. The composition captures the serene ambiance of the countryside under a bright blue sky, and is notable for its use of light and color typical of Impressionism. This artwork is housed in the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, Sweden.

473. Peasants and Hay Stacks

Peasants and Hay Stacks

"Peasants and Hay Stacks," created by Camille Pissarro in 1878, is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Impressionist art movement and falls within the genre of genre painting. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts a serene rural scene with peasants amidst vast fields punctuated by large haystacks and a scattering of trees under a dynamic, cloudy sky. The painting captures the everyday life and labor of the peasantry against the backdrop of a pastoral landscape, demonstrating Pissarro’s keen observation and impressionistic brushwork.

474. Peasants Carrying Straw, Montfoucault

Peasants Carrying Straw, Montfoucault

"Peasants Carrying Straw, Montfoucault," crafted by Camille Pissarro in 1875, is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Impressionism movement and the genre painting style. The artwork, which resides in a private collection, depicts a bucolic scene of rural labor. The central focus is on two peasants engaged in the arduous task of carrying straw, set against a verdant, textured backdrop. The figures, garbed in simple attire, and the presence of animals, accentuate the earthy, pastoral life. The brushwork, characterized by loose, vibrant strokes, captures the transient effects of light and color, a hallmark of Impressionism.

475. Railroad to Dieppe

Railroad to Dieppe

The artwork, "Railroad to Dieppe," created by Camille Pissarro in 1886, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 53.3 x 63.5 cm. It belongs to the art movements of Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism, presenting a serene landscape genre. The scene captures a pastoral vista bathed in soft light, characterized by meticulously applied brushstrokes which create a harmonious blend of colors and textures. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork exemplifies Pissarro's mastery in evoking the tranquil beauty of rural scenery through the technique of pointillism.

476. Resting Harvesters, Montfoucault

Resting Harvesters, Montfoucault

The artwork, titled "Resting Harvesters, Montfoucault," is an oil on canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1875. Belonging to the Impressionism art movement and categorized as a genre painting, it measures 45.7 x 54.9 cm and is currently housed in a private collection. The artwork depicts a group of harvesters taking a break in a sunlit field of Montfoucault, surrounded by lush greenery and an open sky, rendered with the characteristic brushstrokes and light effects of Impressionism.

477. Resting in the woods Pontoise

Resting in the woods Pontoise

The artwork, titled "Resting in the woods Pontoise," was created in 1878 by Camille Pissarro, a prominent figure in the Impressionist movement. This genre painting, currently housed in Kunsthalle Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany, depicts a serene scene of individuals resting amidst a lush, wooded area. The verdant foliage and the delicate interplay of light and shadow characteristic of Impressionist technique evoke a tranquil atmosphere, immersing the observer in the peacefulness of a summer day in the woods.

478. Resting, Peasant Girl Lying on the Grass, Pontoise

Resting, Peasant Girl Lying on the Grass, Pontoise

The artwork titled "Resting, Peasant Girl Lying on the Grass, Pontoise," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1882, is executed in oil on canvas and conforms to the Impressionist movement. Measuring 64.5 by 78 centimeters, this portrait captures the serene repose of a peasant girl lying on a lush grassy surface, with delicate strokes that highlight the simplicity and tranquility of rural life. The artwork is housed in the Kunsthalle Bremen, located in Bremen, Germany.

479. Riverbanks in Pontoise

Riverbanks in Pontoise

The artwork, titled "Riverbanks in Pontoise," is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1872. It exemplifies the Impressionism art movement and falls under the landscape genre. The piece, currently housed in a private collection, captures the serene and picturesque scenery of the riverbanks, featuring lush foliage, a tranquil waterway, and structures in the background under a vast, expansive sky embellished with clouds. The artist's skillful use of light and shadow, combined with his delicate brushstrokes, elegantly conveys the natural beauty and tranquility of the scene.

480. Road along the Loing canal

Road along the Loing canal

The artwork "Road along the Loing canal," created in 1902 by Camille Pissarro, is a landscape painting rendered in the Impressionist style. It measures 65 by 81.5 centimeters and is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork depicts a tranquil scene along the Loing canal, capturing the serene essence of nature with trees lining a pathway, a peaceful waterway reflecting the lush greenery, and hints of human presence that harmonize with the idyllic surroundings.

481. Road at Eragny, Winter

Road at Eragny, Winter

The artwork, "Road at Eragny, Winter," created by Camille Pissarro in 1885 using oil on canvas, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. This landscape piece portrays a wintry scene along a road in Eragny, characterized by the delicate use of light and color typical of Impressionism. It depicts a serene, snow-covered path bordered by bare trees, with two distant figures walking along the road, encapsulating the quiet beauty and tranquility of the winter season. Currently, this notable work resides in a private collection.

482. Road from Osny to Pontoise, Hoar Frost

Road from Osny to Pontoise, Hoar Frost

"Road from Osny to Pontoise, Hoar Frost," created by Camille Pissarro in 1873, is an oil on canvas painting that measures 50.5 by 65 centimeters. As a work of Impressionism, this landscape artwork captures a serene and frosty scene of a rural road, subtly depicting the hoar frost on the ground and trees. The composition includes sparse buildings and figures, rendered with loose and expressive brushstrokes characteristic of the Impressionist movement. The painting is housed at the E.G. Bührle Foundation in Zürich, Switzerland.

483. Road in Port Maryl

Road in Port Maryl

The artwork, titled "Road in Port Maryl," is an oil on canvas painting created in 1872 by the esteemed artist Camille Pissarro. It belongs to the Impressionism movement and features a landscape genre. The scene depicts a serene rural road flanked by lush greenery and a rustic house, with a cart and horse adding to the pastoral charm. Currently held in a private collection, this piece exemplifies Pissarro's mastery in capturing the tranquil beauty of the countryside.

484. Road to Berneval-le-Petit

Road to Berneval-le-Petit

"Road to Berneval-le-Petit," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1900, is an Impressionist cityscape executed in oil on canvas. The artwork is part of a private collection. It features a serene, tree-lined path bathed in warm sunlight. The path is flanked by lush greenery, with a few figures strolling leisurely, enhancing the tranquil and picturesque quality of the scene. The interplay of light and shadow, characteristic of Impressionist techniques, vividly captures the peaceful ambiance of a countryside road, reflecting Pissarro's masterful use of color and texture.

485. Sunset, The Port of Rouen (Steamboats)

Sunset, The Port of Rouen (Steamboats)

The artwork, titled "Sunset, The Port of Rouen (Steamboats)" by Camille Pissarro, dates back to 1898 and is an oil painting on canvas. It belongs to the Impressionism art movement and measures 65 by 81.1 cm. Depicting a cityscape, the artwork captures the serene yet dynamic essence of the port of Rouen at sunset, with steamboats and smoke blending into the warm hues of the sky and water. Pissarro's characteristic brushstrokes render a vivid and atmospheric scene, underscoring the interplay of light and shadow in this tranquil urban setting.

486. Sunset with Fog, Eragny

Sunset with Fog, Eragny

The artwork, titled "Sunset with Fog, Eragny," is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1891. Belonging to the Impressionism movement, this landscape artwork depicts a serene rural scene enveloped in the soft, warm hues of a setting sun, diffused through fog. The composition features mist-shrouded fields interspersed with low, rounded bushes in the foreground, and silhouettes of trees and a spire against the horizon. The delicate interplay of light and atmosphere captures the transient beauty of the landscape during sunset. Currently, this painting is housed in a private collection.

487. Sunset with Mist, Eragny

Sunset with Mist, Eragny

"Sunset with Mist, Eragny" by Camille Pissarro, created in 1890, is a watercolor on paper that exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. The artwork depicts a serene landscape with the sun setting amidst a misty atmosphere, creating a harmonious blend of soft colors and light. The delicate application of watercolor captures the ephemeral quality of the scene, emphasizing the transient beauty of nature. This remarkable piece can be viewed at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK.

488. Thaw, Pontoise

Thaw, Pontoise
  • Artwork Name: Thaw, Pontoise
  • Year: 1872
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 31.75 x 45 cm

"Thaw, Pontoise," created in 1872 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 31.75 x 45 cm. The artwork, rendered in the Impressionist style, depicts a serene landscape, characterized by a thawing countryside with a house at its center amidst barren trees and remnants of snow. The muted colors and soft brushstrokes evoke a sense of tranquility and the subtle transition from winter to spring. The painting is part of a private collection.

489. The Artist's Garden at Eragny

The Artist's Garden at Eragny

"The Artist's Garden at Eragny" is an oil on canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1898. As a work of the Impressionist movement, the artwork represents a landscape genre. The piece vividly captures a lush, vibrant garden scene with a person engaged in gardening activity. The artist employs a rich palette and dynamic brushstrokes to convey the natural beauty and tranquility of the garden setting, exuding a serene and idyllic atmosphere. The detailed depiction of flora and the soft play of light contribute to the overall impressionistic essence, hallmarking Pissarro's mastery in portraying everyday life and nature.

490. The Auvers Road, Pontoise

The Auvers Road, Pontoise

The artwork, titled "The Auvers Road, Pontoise," was painted by Camille Pissarro in 1879. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece is a notable example of Impressionist landscape painting, measuring 38.5 by 46 centimeters. Presently held in a private collection, the artwork captures a serene, rural scene with a winding path flanked by lush greenery and towering trees under a sky filled with soft, diffused light. The impressionistic technique is evident in the loose, textured brushstrokes that convey the natural beauty and tranquility of the French countryside.

491. The Avenue de L'Opera, Paris, Sunlight, Winter Morning

The Avenue de L'Opera, Paris, Sunlight, Winter Morning

The artwork, titled "The Avenue de L'Opera, Paris, Sunlight, Winter Morning," is an oil painting on canvas by the renowned artist Camille Pissarro. Created in the Impressionist style, this cityscape measures 91 by 73 centimeters. It depicts a bustling Parisian street bathed in crisp winter sunlight, capturing the energy and vibrancy of the urban scene with soft yet vivid strokes characteristic of Impressionism. The painting is housed in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Reims in Reims, France.

492. The Avenue, Sydenham

The Avenue, Sydenham

"The Avenue, Sydenham," an oil on canvas artwork measuring 48 x 73 cm, was created by Camille Pissarro in 1871 and currently resides in the National Gallery, London. As an impressionist landscape, the artwork encapsulates a serene scene of a tree-lined avenue, with a few figures going about their daily lives. The composition features prominent trees, a distant church, and houses, bathed in soft light and gentle hues, capturing the essence of a tranquil suburban life. The piece exemplifies the impressionist movement's focus on light and natural beauty, providing viewers with a reflective glimpse into 19th-century Sydenham.

493. The Backwoods of l'Hermitage, Pontoise

The Backwoods of l'Hermitage, Pontoise

"The Backwoods of l'Hermitage, Pontoise," an oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro created in 1879, exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. Measuring 125 x 163 cm, this landscape artwork is housed at the Cleveland Museum of Art in Cleveland, OH, US. The painting portrays a serene forest scene with dappled sunlight filtering through the trees, evoking a sense of tranquility and natural beauty. In the foreground, a narrow path winds through the woods, leading the viewer's eye toward a distant cluster of buildings, barely visible through the lush foliage. The artwork captures the delicate interplay of light and shadow, characteristic of Pissarro's mastery in depicting the nuances of rural landscapes.

494. The backwoods of St. Antony, Pontoise

The backwoods of St. Antony, Pontoise

"The Backwoods of St. Antony, Pontoise," an oil on canvas painting created in 1876 by Camille Pissarro, is a noteworthy example of the Impressionist movement. This landscape artwork, currently held in a private collection, captures the serene, verdant countryside of Pontoise with exceptional detail and realism. The painting features a lush, green terrain with a winding path, guarded by dense foliage and extending towards the horizon under a subtly clouded sky. Through meticulous brushwork and the use of natural light, Pissarro succeeds in conveying both the tranquility and the vivid vitality of the rural scene.

495. The Little Bridge, Pontoise

The Little Bridge, Pontoise

"The Little Bridge, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1875, is an oil-on-canvas artwork exemplifying the Impressionist movement. This landscape painting is housed in the Kunsthalle Mannheim in Mannheim, Germany. The artwork portrays a serene natural scene, with a small stone bridge nestled among verdant trees, their leaves dappling the sunlight and casting reflections on the tranquil water below. The verdant foliage and the play of light and shadow exemplify Pissarro's masterful handling of color and atmosphere, invoking a sense of peace and natural beauty.

496. The Little Country Maid

The Little Country Maid

"The Little Country Maid," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, is an oil on canvas painting from the Impressionist movement, currently housed in Tate Britain, London, UK. This portrait, measuring 62.5 x 53 cm, depicts a young maid engaged in domestic chores within a modest interior setting. The artwork captures the essence of everyday life and the simplicity of rural existence, rendered with Pissarro's characteristic loose brushwork and emphasis on light and texture.

497. The Lock at Pontoise

The Lock at Pontoise

The artwork, titled "The Lock at Pontoise," is an oil on canvas landscape painting created circa 1869 by the artist Camille Pissarro. As an exemplary piece of the Impressionist movement, the artwork depicts a serene riverside scene with a lock and reflections of trees and buildings on the water. The meticulous play of light and shadow captures the tranquil ambiance of the location, emphasizing the natural beauty and calmness typical of Impressionist landscapes. Currently, the artwork is held in a private collection.

498. The Louveciennes Road

The Louveciennes Road

"The Louveciennes Road," created by Camille Pissarro in 1870, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 50.5 x 61.5 cm. As an embodiment of the Impressionist movement, this landscape artwork captures a tranquil rural scene with a road bordered by bare trees and houses under a muted sky. Exuding a sense of calm and reflective beauty, the artwork is currently held in a private collection.

499. The Louvre

The Louvre
  • Artwork Name: The Louvre
  • Year: 1901
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 38 x 46 cm

"The Louvre," created by Camille Pissarro in 1901, is an exemplary oil on canvas cityscape from the Impressionist movement. Measuring 38 by 46 centimeters, the artwork vividly captures the essence of urban life along the Seine River, juxtaposing river traffic with the architectural grandeur of the Louvre in the background. Rendered with Pissarro's characteristic soft brushstrokes and muted color palette, the artwork conveys a harmonious interplay between nature and the built environment. This piece is part of a private collection, demonstrating Pissarro's adeptness at transforming everyday scenes into timeless visual narratives.

500. The Louvre

The Louvre
  • Artwork Name: The Louvre
  • Year: 1902
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46.2 x 55.6 cm

The artwork, titled "The Louvre," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1902 using oil on canvas. It measures 46.2 x 55.6 cm and exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. As a cityscape genre, the artwork depicts the iconic Louvre and surroundings with a distinctive Impressionist style, capturing the delicate interplay of light and atmosphere. This piece is currently housed in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Reims in Reims, France.

501. The Louvre 2

The Louvre 2
  • Artwork Name: The Louvre 2
  • Year: 1901
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 38 x 46 cm

"The artwork, titled 'The Louvre 2,' was created by Camille Pissarro in 1901. Executed with oil on canvas, this piece belongs to the Impressionism art movement. Measuring 38 x 46 cm, the painting depicts a cityscape and is currently held in a private collection. The artwork exquisitely captures the serene atmosphere along the Seine River, with a clear view of the Louvre in the background. Pissarro's brushstrokes bring to life the bustling yet harmonious interplay between the architecture, river, and the figures promenading along the riverbank, showcasing the artist's masterful ability to encapsulate the essence of urban life."

502. The Louvre, Afternoon

The Louvre, Afternoon

"The Louvre, Afternoon," created by Camille Pissarro in 1902, is an oil on canvas artwork representative of the Impressionism movement. The painting, measuring 33 x 41 cm, depicts a calm cityscape of Paris featuring the Louvre and the Seine River in the afternoon light. This work captures the essence of a bustling urban environment with gentle brushstrokes and a soft color palette, characteristic of the Impressionist style. The artwork is currently held in a private collection.

503. The Louvre, Afternoon, Rainy Weather

The Louvre, Afternoon, Rainy Weather

"The Louvre, Afternoon, Rainy Weather," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1900, is an oil on canvas artwork that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. This 65 x 81 cm cityscape captures the serene yet dynamic atmosphere of a rainy afternoon in Paris, where the iconic Louvre is portrayed alongside the bustling activity of the river Seine. Pissarro's characteristic brushwork and vibrant play of light convey a sense of immediacy and movement. The artwork is housed in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., US.

504. The Roundelay

The Roundelay

"The Roundelay," created by Camille Pissarro in 1892, is an impressionist genre painting rendered in tempera on canvas, currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a lively and harmonious scene, featuring a group of individuals engaged in a circular dance. Pissarro's brushstrokes capture the fluidity of movement, while the soft pastel palette and impressionistic style imbue the painting with a sense of joyous spontaneity and communal warmth. The rural setting, characterized by earthy tones and informal gathering, evokes a nostalgic and idyllic vision of peasant life.

505. The Saint Antoine Road at l'Hermitage, Pontoise

The Saint Antoine Road at l'Hermitage, Pontoise

"The Saint Antoine Road at l'Hermitage, Pontoise," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1875, is a landscape artwork executed in oil on canvas. The artwork, created within the Impressionism movement, is currently held in a private collection. It vividly captures a serene country road flanked by lush greenery, punctuated by figures and a carriage that bring life to the idyllic scenery. The composition exemplifies Pissarro's mastery in portraying natural light and rural tranquility, transporting the viewer to a picturesque countryside setting.

506. The Saint Sever Bridge at Rouen, Fog

The Saint Sever Bridge at Rouen, Fog

The artwork, titled "The Saint Sever Bridge at Rouen, Fog," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1896. Executed in oil on canvas, this cityscape measures 60 by 81 centimeters and exemplifies the Impressionist movement. The composition captures a misty scene of the Saint Sever Bridge in Rouen, accentuated by the ethereal quality of the fog which softens the industrial landscape and the waters of the river below. The use of light and muted colors creates a serene atmosphere, characteristic of Pissarro's Impressionist style.

507. The Saint Sever Quay, Rouen

The Saint Sever Quay, Rouen

"The Saint Sever Quay, Rouen," created by Camille Pissarro in 1896, is an oil-on-canvas cityscape from the Impressionism art movement. The artwork measures 73 by 92 centimeters and is currently housed in a private collection. This painting depicts the industrial and urban landscape of Rouen, showcasing the busy quay along with its buildings, smokestacks emitting plumes of smoke, and vessels alongside the harbor under a cloudy sky, epitomizing the dynamic and atmospheric nuances characteristic of Impressionist techniques.

508. The Seine and the Louvre, Paris

The Seine and the Louvre, Paris

"The Seine and the Louvre, Paris," created by Camille Pissarro in 1903, is an oil on canvas painting that epitomizes the Impressionism art movement. Measuring 46 x 55 cm, this cityscape artwork is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork captures a tranquil view of the Seine River with the iconic Louvre in the background, bathed in the soft, muted tones of a setting or rising sun. The use of delicate brushstrokes and a warm color palette effectively conveys the atmospheric nuances and the fleeting moments characteristic of Impressionist works.

509. The Seine at Marly

The Seine at Marly

"The Seine at Marly," created by Camille Pissarro in 1871, is an exemplary oil painting on canvas, measuring 44 x 60 cm, that reflects the Impressionist movement. This landscape genre artwork, currently held within a private collection, showcases the scenic beauty alongside the Seine River at Marly. The artwork captures an autumnal riverside scene, featuring a smoky steam vessel progressing along the waterway, vibrant foliage in hues of green, orange, and red, and the gentle hustle of townsfolk promenading along the autumnal tree-lined pathway. Pissarro's impressionistic brushstrokes render light and atmosphere with a sense of immediacy and vividness, immersing viewers in the tranquility and everyday charm of 19th-century rural France.

510. The Seine at Paris, Pont Royal

The Seine at Paris, Pont Royal

"The Seine at Paris, Pont Royal," an oil on canvas created in 1903 by Camille Pissarro, epitomizes the Impressionist art movement. This cityscape, measuring 54 x 64.4 cm, captures the serene beauty of the Seine River and the historic Pont Royal bridge in Paris. In the artwork, Pissarro employs his distinctive brushstrokes and a delicate palette to bring to life the bustling yet tranquil atmosphere of the urban landscape. The composition is suffused with a sense of movement and light, typical of the Impressionist style, making it a noteworthy piece in a private collection.

511. The Seine at Port Marly

The Seine at Port Marly

"The Seine at Port Marly," an oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro created in 1872, exemplifies the Impressionist movement through its depiction of a cityscape. The artwork captures a serene riverside scene with boats on the Seine and people strolling along the riverbank. Pissarro’s deft use of light and color evokes a tranquil, atmospheric moment. This painting is housed at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany.

512. The Seine at Rouen

The Seine at Rouen

"The Seine at Rouen," completed in 1901 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil on panel painting exemplifying the Impressionist art movement. The artwork, measuring 13.3 x 23.7 cm, offers a cityscape view of the Seine River in Rouen. Through delicate brushstrokes and a luminous palette, Pissarro captures the bustling atmosphere and serene beauty of the riverside, reflecting the quintessential characteristics of Impressionism. This distinguished piece is part of a private collection.

513. The Seine in Flood, Rouen

The Seine in Flood, Rouen

"The Seine in Flood, Rouen" is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1896. Measuring 55 x 65.5 cm, the artwork belongs to the Impressionist movement and depicts a cityscape rendered with loose, vibrant brushstrokes characteristic of the style. The scene captures the bustling activity around the Seine River in Rouen during a flood, emphasizing both the urban landscape and the dynamic interplay of light and atmosphere. The artwork resides in a private collection.

514. Winter at Montfoucault

Winter at Montfoucault

"Winter at Montfoucault," an oil on canvas masterpiece created by Camille Pissarro in 1875, exemplifies the Impressionist art movement through its beautiful portrayal of a serene winter landscape. The artwork, part of a private collection, captures a tranquil scene of a snow-covered countryside with frosty trees, a gently flowing river, and a figure guiding oxen along the path. Pissarro's delicate brushstrokes and use of light create a serene and atmospheric depiction, emphasizing the quiet beauty of a rural winter day.

515. Winter at Montfoucault 2

Winter at Montfoucault 2

"Winter at Montfoucault 2," an oil painting on canvas by Camille Pissarro, completed in 1875, is a quintessential piece of the Impressionism movement. Measuring 46 x 56 cm, this landscape painting captures the serene beauty of a snow-blanketed rural scene. The artwork features muted tones and dynamic brushstrokes, reflecting the subtle hues of winter and the tranquil ambiance of the countryside. A lone figure wanders down a snowy path framed by bare trees, leading the viewer's eye toward quaint, snow-covered buildings in the background. This captivating piece resides in a private collection, embodying the contemplative essence of winter's stillness as interpreted through Impressionist techniques.

516. Woman and Child Doing Needlework

Woman and Child Doing Needlework

The artwork titled "Woman and Child Doing Needlework," created by Camille Pissarro in 1877, is an oil painting on canvas belonging to the Impressionism movement and falls under the genre painting category. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork portrays an intimate domestic scene where a woman is engrossed in needlework, with a child playing nearby. The setting is quaint and bathed in natural light, a characteristic element of Impressionist works, capturing the essence of everyday life with a soft, textured brushwork.

517. Woman Burning Wood

Woman Burning Wood

The artwork titled "Woman Burning Wood" was created by the artist Camille Pissarro around the year 1890. It is an example of Impressionism and falls under the genre painting category. Currently, this piece is part of a private collection. In the artwork, a woman is depicted in a rural landscape, tending to a small, controlled fire with a long stick. The use of vibrant, diffused brushstrokes exemplifies Pissarro's impressionistic style, capturing the interplay of light and color in the scene. The background features a soft, blurred depiction of trees and foliage, adding depth and context to the pastoral setting.

518. Woman Carrying a Pitcher on Her Head

Woman Carrying a Pitcher on Her Head

The artwork, titled "Woman Carrying a Pitcher on Her Head" by Camille Pissarro, dates from approximately 1854 to 1855 and is rendered in oil on canvas. Representing the Realism movement, the painting falls under the genre of genre painting and resides in the E.G. Bührle Foundation in Zürich, Switzerland. The artwork depicts a woman walking along a pathway, balancing a large pitcher on her head. Her posture and the serene yet determined expression on her face convey a moment of everyday life, underscored by the rugged landscape and the simplicity of her attire.

519. Woman Digging

Woman Digging
  • Artwork Name: Woman Digging
  • Year: 1883
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46.3 x 38.1 cm

The artwork, titled "Woman Digging," was painted in 1883 by Camille Pissarro, a prominent artist of the Impressionist movement. Executed in oil on canvas, the piece measures 46.3 by 38.1 cm and belongs to the genre painting category. It is currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a woman engaged in the task of digging in a serene and lush rural landscape. Employing vibrant brushwork characteristic of Impressionism, Pissarro captures the natural light and atmosphere, suffusing the scene with a sense of tranquility and the dignity of manual labor.

520. Woman Hanging up the Washing

Woman Hanging up the Washing

"Woman Hanging up the Washing," an oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro created in 1887, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. Spanning dimensions of 32.5 by 41 cm, the artwork is categorized under the genre painting genre and is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork depicts a domestic scene where a woman, rendered with delicate brushstrokes and a keen attention to light and color, is seen hanging laundry outdoors while a child, seated nearby, observes her. Pissarro's use of vibrant yet subtle colors captures the tranquility and simplicity of everyday rural life.

521. Woman in an Orchard, Spring Sunshine in a Field, Eragny

Woman in an Orchard, Spring Sunshine in a Field, Eragny

The artwork titled "Woman in an Orchard, Spring Sunshine in a Field, Eragny" is an oil on canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1887, exemplifying the Impressionist art movement and categorized as a genre painting. The piece is housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork captures a serene pastoral scene bathed in the gentle hues of spring sunlight, depicting a woman amidst an orchard, embodying the quintessential Impressionist emphasis on light and nature.

522. Woman Putting on Her Stockings

Woman Putting on Her Stockings

The artwork, "Woman Putting on Her Stockings," created in 1895 by Camille Pissarro, employs oil on canvas as its medium and belongs to the Impressionist movement. This genre painting captures an intimate and everyday moment of a woman dressing, rendered with Pissarro's characteristic loose brush strokes and emphasis on light and color. Presently held in a private collection, the artwork exemplifies the Impressionist focus on depicting the fleeting, ordinary scenes of contemporary life.

523. Woman Sewing

Woman Sewing

"Woman Sewing," created by Camille Pissarro in 1881, is an Impressionist portrait currently housed in a private collection. The artwork depicts a woman deeply engrossed in the act of sewing, seated in a humble, domestic setting. The artist employs soft brushstrokes and a gentle play of light and shadow to capture the serene atmosphere and the quiet diligence of the subject. The use of color and texture in the artwork is indicative of the Impressionist movement's emphasis on capturing fleeting moments and the essence of everyday life.

524. A Village through the Trees

A Village through the Trees

"A Village through the Trees" by Camille Pissarro, created circa 1868, is an oil on canvas painting that belongs to the Realism movement and the landscape genre. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, depicts a serene village scene viewed through tall, slender trees. The viewer is presented with a charming rural panorama characterized by modest cottages with sloping roofs, nestled among lush greenery and paths bathed in dappled sunlight. The meticulous rendering and the tranquil quality of the scene embody the essence of Realism, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday rural life.

525. A Young Maid

A Young Maid

The artwork, "A Young Maid" by Camille Pissarro, completed in 1896, is an oil canvas painting crafted in the Impressionist style and belongs to the genre of portraiture. It features a young maid standing in a doorway, surrounded by the muted hues typical of Impressionist works, with an emphasis on natural light and texture. Currently, this piece is housed in the Whitworth Art Gallery at the University of Manchester in Manchester, United Kingdom.

526. Banks of a River with Barge

Banks of a River with Barge

The artwork, entitled "Banks of a River with Barge," was created by Camille Pissarro circa 1864. Executed in oil on canvas and measuring 10.16 by 18.7 centimeters, this landscape piece falls within the Realism movement and is currently housed in a private collection. The painting depicts a serene riverside scene with a barge set against a backdrop of gently rolling hills and lush foliage beneath a dynamic, cloud-filled sky. The composition reflects Pissarro's adeptness at capturing the quiet beauty of natural settings through meticulous attention to detail and a harmonious blend of colors.

527. Banks of the river Marne in winter

Banks of the river Marne in winter

The artwork, titled "Banks of the River Marne in Winter," created by Camille Pissarro in 1866, is an oil on canvas masterpiece that exemplifies the Realism art movement. Measuring 91.8 x 150.2 cm, the landscape genre piece is housed in the Art Institute of Chicago, located in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The artwork portrays a serene and pastoral winter scene along the banks of the River Marne, featuring a moody sky, barren trees, and buildings nestled in the distant hills. The piece captures the quietude and subtle beauty of the countryside, reflective of Pissarro’s keen observation of nature and daily life.

528. Barges at Le Roche Guyon

Barges at Le Roche Guyon

"Barges at Le Roche Guyon" is an oil on canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1865, adhering to the Realism art movement and classified as a landscape genre. The artwork is housed in the Musée Camille Pissarro in Paris, France. The artwork portrays a serene riverside scene, featuring several barges along the water's edge with distant figures engaged in everyday activities, all set against a backdrop of lush greenery and a softly clouded sky. The painting captures the tranquil ambiance of rural life during this period with meticulous attention to detail and natural light.

529. Barges on Pontoise

Barges on Pontoise

The artwork, titled "Barges on Pontoise," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1876 and is executed in oil on canvas. It represents the Impressionist movement and depicts a landscape scene featuring several barges along a riverbank, set against a backdrop of lush greenery and a tranquil sky. Measuring 45 x 54.9 cm, this piece is housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The artwork's composition captures the serene essence of rural life, with a delicate interplay of light and color that is characteristic of the Impressionist style.

530. Bather in the Woods

Bather in the Woods

"Bather in the Woods," an oil on canvas by Camille Pissarro created in 1895, epitomizes the Impressionist movement with its lush depiction of nature and a solitary human figure. This genre painting, measuring 60.3 by 73 cm, is held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The artwork features a serene woodland scene, where a bather sits at the edge of a stream, bathed in dappled sunlight. The artist's brushstrokes capture the intricate play of light and color, rendering the tranquility and intimacy of the moment.

531. Bathers

Bathers
  • Artwork Name: Bathers
  • Year: 1896
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork entitled "Bathers," executed by Camille Pissarro in 1896, is an oil on canvas painting emblematic of the Impressionist movement. It belongs to the genre of genre painting and resides in a private collection. The artwork depicts three women at the edge of a serene stream, surrounded by a lush landscape of verdant trees and sunlit grass. The use of light and shadow, typical of the Impressionist style, creates a tranquil and intimate atmosphere, emphasizing the natural beauty of the scene and the figures within it.

532. Bathers 2

Bathers 2
  • Artwork Name: Bathers 2
  • Year: 1895
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork "Bathers 2," created by Camille Pissarro in 1895, is an oil on canvas genre painting that exemplifies the Impressionism movement. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork portrays a serene scene of three women engaged in bathing activities by a quiet water's edge, surrounded by lush green foliage and trees. The brushstrokes are soft and fluid, capturing the transient light and natural ambiance associated with Pissarro's impressionistic style.

533. Bathers 3

Bathers 3
  • Artwork Name: Bathers 3
  • Year: 1894
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 27 x 35 cm

"Bathers 3," a genre painting by Camille Pissarro from 1894, exemplifies the Impressionist movement through its vibrant depiction of two figures bathing in a natural setting. Executed in oil on canvas, the artwork measures 27 by 35 centimeters and resides in a private collection. The scene captures an intimate moment of relaxation and interaction with nature, characterized by Pissarro's distinctive brushstrokes and lush greenery surrounding the bathers.

534. Flowering Apple Trees, Eragny

Flowering Apple Trees, Eragny

"Flowering Apple Trees, Eragny" is an oil-on-canvas Impressionist landscape painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1895. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork exemplifies the serene beauty of a rural setting with blossoming apple trees under a gentle, light-filled sky. The painting showcases Pissarro's mastery of color and light, capturing the peacefulness of nature and the idyllic charm of Eragny through meticulous brushwork and a harmonious palette.

535. Flowering Plum Tree, Eragny

Flowering Plum Tree, Eragny

"Flowering Plum Tree, Eragny" by Camille Pissarro, created in 1894, is an oil painting on canvas that embodies the principles of the Impressionist movement. Measuring 60 x 73 cm, the artwork captures a serene landscape scene in Eragny, with a blooming plum tree as the focal point amidst rustic structures and a lone figure in the background. The impressionistic brushstrokes and vibrant hues convey the transient beauty of nature. This masterpiece is housed at Ordrupgaard in Copenhagen, Denmark.

536. Flowering Plum Trees

Flowering Plum Trees

"Flowering Plum Trees" is a landscape artwork attributed to the artist Camille Pissarro, created around 1890 during the Impressionist movement. The piece, currently held in a private collection, depicts a serene rural scene where two individuals are engaged near plum trees in full blossom. The composition captures the delicate light and color of a blooming garden, typified by the visible and vibrant brushstrokes characteristic of Impressionism, conveying a sense of tranquility and verdant beauty.

537. Foggy Morning, Rouen

Foggy Morning, Rouen

"Foggy Morning, Rouen" is an oil painting on canvas by Camille Pissarro, created in 1896. This artwork, measuring 54 x 73 cm, belongs to the Impressionist movement and is categorized as a cityscape. The piece is currently housed in the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow, UK. The artwork depicts a bustling scene of a riverside town enshrouded in a light fog, with various boats and buildings softly emerging through the mist. The delicate interplay of light and atmosphere reflects Pissarro's mastery in capturing the transient effects of weather and urban life.

538. Fog in Eragny

Fog in Eragny
  • Artwork Name: Fog in Eragny
  • Year: c.1895
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 33.5 x 41.4 cm

"Fog in Eragny," rendered by Camille Pissarro around 1895, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 33.5 x 41.4 cm. This landscape artwork typifies the Impressionist movement, characterized by its emphasis on light and atmosphere. The artwork depicts a serene, misty morning scene in Eragny, with soft, diffused light enveloping the landscape. The muted colors and subtle brushstrokes evoke a tranquil, almost ethereal quality, capturing the essence of the natural environment. Currently held in a private collection, this piece exemplifies Pissarro's mastery in portraying the delicate interplay of light and nature.

539. Fog, Morning, Rouen

Fog, Morning, Rouen

"Fog, Morning, Rouen," created in 1896 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 50 by 61 cm. A prime example of Impressionism, the artwork is a cityscape capturing the serene and somewhat muted atmosphere of Rouen in the early hours, enveloped in fog. The delicate brushwork and subtle use of color embody the impressionist focus on light and atmosphere. The painting is currently held in a private collection.

540. Forest in Evening

Forest in Evening

The artwork, titled "Forest in Evening," created by Camille Pissarro in 1902, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Impressionism movement. As a landscape painting, it depicts a serene forest scene bathed in the soft, diffused light of the evening. The artist masterfully captures the essence of nature through subtle brushstrokes and an intricate play of light and shadow, immersing the viewer in a tranquil and picturesque moment.

541. Forest scene with two figures

Forest scene with two figures

The artwork, titled "Forest Scene with Two Figures," was crafted by Camille Pissarro and is emblematic of the Impressionist movement. Classified as a genre painting, the artwork portrays a serene forest landscape with two figures traversing a dappled path. The intricate interplay of light and shadow, coupled with the vibrant portrayal of natural elements, underscores Pissarro's masterful ability to capture the ephemeral beauty of nature. Each brushstroke contributes to a harmonious composition that invites the viewer into the tranquil forest scene.

542. Frost, View fom Bazincourt

Frost, View fom Bazincourt

"Frost, View from Bazincourt," executed in 1891 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil painting on canvas encapsulating the artist's masterful application of Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism. This landscape artwork, which is currently housed in a private collection, depicts a frosty scene in Bazincourt with fine, meticulous brushwork that characterizes the movement. The delicate interplay of light and color invites the viewer into an almost serene, pastoral vista, demonstrating Pissarro's keen observation of nature and his innovative technique.

543. Garden at Eragny

Garden at Eragny

The artwork titled "Garden at Eragny," created by Camille Pissarro in 1899, is an exquisite oil painting on a panel, belonging to the Impressionist movement and categorized under the genre of landscape painting. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork portrays a serene garden scene in Eragny, characterized by lush foliage, vibrant flowers, and a pathway where a figure can be seen strolling. Pissarro’s adept use of rich, textured brushstrokes and a warm, natural palette evokes a vivid sense of tranquility and bucolic beauty.

544. Landscape, Louveciennes

Landscape, Louveciennes

"Landscape, Louveciennes," an oil on canvas masterpiece by Camille Pissarro, exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. Measuring 81 x 51.5 cm, the artwork falls within the landscape genre and is currently housed at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork portrays a serene rural scene, with a focus on natural light and vibrant colors, capturing the tranquility and charm of Louveciennes with meticulous brushstrokes that highlight Pissarro's mastery in rendering nature's beauty. The composition illustrates a pastoral setting, including a house amidst lush greenery and sky filled with detailed clouds, reflecting a peaceful coexistence between man and nature.

545. Landscape near Louveciennes

Landscape near Louveciennes

"Landscape near Louveciennes," an oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro created in 1870, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. This landscape artwork, housed in the Southampton City Art Gallery in Southampton, UK, captures a serene rural scene with subdued colors and a soft, diffused light. The composition includes a charming country house nestled amidst lush greenery and an expansive sky, reflecting Pissarro’s mastery in portraying the tranquil beauty of the natural environment. A couple is seen walking towards the horizon, adding a human element to the picturesque setting.

546. Landscape near Louveciennes 2

Landscape near Louveciennes 2

"Landscape near Louveciennes 2," created by Camille Pissarro in 1870, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 89 x 116 cm, categorized under the Impressionism art movement. The artwork, which belongs to the landscape genre, vividly depicts a serene rural scene near Louveciennes, characterized by lush greenery, architecture in the background, and subtle human figures that harmoniously blend into the natural environment. Pissarro employs a soft palette and delicate brushwork, capturing the tranquility and understated beauty of the French countryside.

547. Landscape, near Pontoise

Landscape, near Pontoise

"Landscape, near Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1880, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Impressionism art movement and falls under the landscape genre. The artwork, held in a private collection, vividly captures a serene and lush countryside scene near Pontoise with detailed textures and a harmonious blend of colors that evoke the tranquility and natural beauty characteristic of the Impressionist style.

548. Landscape near Pontoise, the Auvers Road

Landscape near Pontoise, the Auvers Road

"Landscape near Pontoise, the Auvers Road," created by Camille Pissarro in 1881, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 92 x 56 cm. It embodies the distinctive characteristics of the Impressionist movement, a genre renowned for capturing the transient effects of light and atmosphere. Currently on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the artwork presents a serene, rural scene with a rolling landscape extending into the horizon. The winding road, flanked by rich greenery, guides the viewer's eye through the composition, where figures stroll leisurely amidst the idyllic countryside. The interplay of sunlight and shadow, combined with the vibrant hues and textured brushstrokes, showcases Pissarro's mastery in rendering the rural charm of the Auvers Road near Pontoise.

549. Landscape under Snow, Upper Norwood

Landscape under Snow, Upper Norwood

"Landscape under Snow, Upper Norwood," completed by Camille Pissarro in 1871, is an oil-on-cardboard painting firmly situated within the Impressionism movement. This artwork, which depicts a serene snow-covered landscape, is categorized under the landscape genre and resides in a private collection. The artwork's evocative portrayal of a winter scene showcases Pissarro's masterful use of light and texture, capturing the subtle interplay of color and atmosphere typical of Impressionist aesthetics.

550. Landscape, Varenne Saint Hilaire

Landscape, Varenne Saint Hilaire

"Landscape, Varenne Saint Hilaire" is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro around 1864 to 1865, categorized under the Realism art movement and the landscape genre. The artwork depicts a serene rural scene abundant with lush greenery and tall trees, rendered with meticulous brushstrokes that capture the natural light and shadow intricacies. This piece is currently housed in a private collection.

551. Landscape with a Cowherd

Landscape with a Cowherd

"Landscape with a Cowherd" is an Impressionist oil painting on canvas created circa 1872 by Camille Pissarro. The artwork measures 33 by 46.4 centimeters and is part of a private collection. This serene landscape depicts a rural scene with a cowherd guiding a cow along a path amid verdant fields and trees, under a vast, cloud-filled sky, evoking a pastoral tranquility characteristic of Pissarro's impressionist style.

552. Landscape with a Donkey

Landscape with a Donkey

The artwork, entitled "Landscape with a Donkey," is a landscape painting by Camille Pissarro, a notable figure in the Impressionist movement. The painting depicts a rural scene featuring a figure engaged in agricultural labor beside a donkey loaded with baskets. The rich, textured brushstrokes and the interplay of light and color exemplify the hallmarks of Impressionist technique, capturing the essence of pastoral life with vivid immediacy. The background reveals a tranquil countryside, with distant homes and lush hills, creating a harmonious and immersive rural ambiance.

553. Landscape with a Man Digging

Landscape with a Man Digging

"Landscape with a Man Digging," created by Camille Pissarro in 1877, is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. The artwork belongs to the landscape genre and is held in a private collection. The scene depicts a pastoral setting where a man is bent over, engaged in digging on a verdant path, surrounded by lush greenery and tall trees that frame the composition. The impressionistic brushstrokes and vibrant palette capture the natural light and the serene rural environment, showcasing Pissarro's masterful ability to convey tranquility and the essence of nature through his distinctive style.

554. Peasants Gathering Grass

Peasants Gathering Grass

The artwork, titled "Peasants Gathering Grass," was created by the artist Camille Pissarro in 1883 and is a notable example of Impressionist genre painting. Demonstrating the everyday labor of rural life, the scene captures peasants engaged in the act of gathering grass, enveloped in the gentle play of light and color typical of the Impressionist movement. The fluid brushstrokes and the use of vibrant hues convey a sense of movement and evoke the serene yet industrious ambiance of the countryside. This piece is currently housed in a private collection, reflecting Pissarro's enduring focus on the dignity and simplicity of peasant life.

555. Peasants Harvesting Potatoes

Peasants Harvesting Potatoes

The artwork, titled "Peasants Harvesting Potatoes," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1882. It belongs to the Impressionism art movement and is classified under the genre painting category. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork vividly captures the rural scene of peasants engaged in the laborious task of harvesting potatoes. Pissarro's distinct impressionistic style is evident in the soft, vibrant colors and loose brush strokes, which effectively convey the simplicity and toil of agricultural life. The depiction of figures bending over their baskets amidst a lush, green landscape reflects the artist's deep appreciation for the pastoral world and the people who inhabit it.

556. Peasants in the Field, Eragny

Peasants in the Field, Eragny

"Peasants in the Field, Eragny," an oil on canvas artwork created by Camille Pissarro in 1890, is housed at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York. The painting is a prime example of Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism within the landscape genre, depicting rural laborers engaged in their daily toil. Through his distinctive use of small, distinct dots of color, Pissarro captures the subtle interplay of light and shadow, imbuing the pastoral scene with a sense of tranquility and timelessness. The artwork offers a glimpse into the simple yet profound lives of peasants, highlighting their connection to the land.

557. Peasant Sitting with Infant

Peasant Sitting with Infant

The artwork, titled "Peasant Sitting with Infant," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1881 using oil on canvas. It belongs to the Impressionist art movement and is classified under the genre of genre painting. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts a serene rural scene. In this piece, a peasant woman is seated on the grass, with an infant situated nearby. The pastoral setting and the intimate portrayal reflect the Impressionist emphasis on everyday life and the natural environment.

558. Peasants Planting Pea Sticks (also known as Peasants planting in the field)

Peasants Planting Pea Sticks (also known as Peasants planting in the field)

"Peasants Planting Pea Sticks," alternatively titled "Peasants planting in the field," is an Impressionist genre painting created in 1890 by Camille Pissarro. The artwork, measuring 99 x 152.4 cm, is housed in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK. The painting depicts a serene rural scene where several peasants engage in the activity of planting pea sticks in a verdant field. The composition captures the essence of rural labor with an emphasis on light, color, and texture, characterized by Pissarro's distinctive Impressionist style. The depiction of the peasants and the natural surroundings highlights a harmonious interaction between humans and nature, rendered in a vibrant and dynamic manner.

559. Peasant Trimming the Lawn

Peasant Trimming the Lawn

The artwork titled "Peasant Trimming the Lawn," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, is a genre painting executed in oil on canvas, exemplifying the Impressionist art movement. Measuring 57.2 by 45.1 centimeters, the artwork is held in a private collection. Depicted within the scene is a peasant woman engaged in trimming the lawn, portrayed with the distinctive loose brushwork and attention to light characteristic of Impressionism. The composition captures the simplicity of rural life, emphasizing connection to nature and serene everyday moments.

560. Peasant with a Pitchfork

Peasant with a Pitchfork

The artwork titled "Peasant with a Pitchfork" by Camille Pissarro, created around 1901, exemplifies the Impressionism movement through its use of pastel on paper. This genre painting, depicting a rural peasant engaged in labor, resides in a private collection. The artwork features a solitary figure, donning a hat and modest clothing, gripping a pitchfork, capturing the simplicity and earnestness of peasant life with delicate hues and understated lines.

561. Peasant Woman

Peasant Woman
  • Artwork Name: Peasant Woman
  • Year: c.1890 - c.1891
  • Medium: pastel,paper

"Peasant Woman" by Camille Pissarro, created circa 1890-1891, is an Impressionist portrait rendered in pastel on paper. The artwork, which belongs to a private collection, captures a peasant woman standing in profile, holding a long staff. Her attire consists of a simple dress with an apron, and the use of soft, warm colors imbues the figure with a quiet dignity. The strokes are characteristically loose and fluid, reflecting Pissarro's masterful technique in portraying the modest, yet poignant, aspects of rural life.

562. Peasant Woman

Peasant Woman
  • Artwork Name: Peasant Woman
  • Year: 1880
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 60.4 cm

The artwork titled "Peasant Woman," created by Camille Pissarro in 1880, is an oil painting on canvas that epitomizes the Impressionist movement. Measuring 73 by 60.4 centimeters, this portrait captures the essence of a peasant woman, whose figure is rendered with delicate brushstrokes and vibrant hues characteristic of Pissarro's technique. Set against a lush, green backdrop, the subject stands in a moment of introspection, characterized by her modest attire and a colorful headscarf. Currently housed in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, this piece exemplifies Pissarro's dedication to portraying the rural working class with dignity and depth.

563. Peasant Woman and Child, Eragny

Peasant Woman and Child, Eragny

"Peasant Woman and Child, Eragny," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1893, is an oil on canvas portrait that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. The artwork measures 65.1 by 53.9 cm and is part of a private collection. The painting depicts a serene rural scene where a peasant woman is seated on the ground, engrossed in the task of preparing green vegetables, while a young child, presumably her daughter, sits beside her on the grass. The backdrop features lush greenery and dappled sunlight filtering through the trees, rendered in Pissarro's characteristic brushstrokes that evoke a sense of natural light and texture.

564. Road to Louveciennes

Road to Louveciennes

The artwork, titled "Road to Louveciennes," is a landscape painting by Camille Pissarro, a prominent figure in the Impressionism movement. This piece depicts a serene rural scene, characterized by a winding path flanked by trees and modest dwellings, illustrating Pissarro's adept use of light and color to capture the essence of the countryside. The subdued tones and delicate brushwork convey a tranquil, almost melancholic atmosphere, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the quiet beauty of the natural landscape.

565. Road to Racquencourt

Road to Racquencourt

"Road to Racquencourt," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1871, is an oil-on-canvas landscape artwork that exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. Set in a serene rural environment, the painting captures a tranquil country road flanked by sparse trees and modest houses under a spacious sky filled with soft, diffuse clouds. Pissarro's skillful use of light and shadow, as well as his focus on everyday rural life, is evident in the nuanced textures and atmospheric depth of the scene. This artwork is currently held in a private collection.

566. Road to Saint Germain, Louveciennes

Road to Saint Germain, Louveciennes

The artwork titled "Road to Saint Germain, Louveciennes," created by Camille Pissarro in 1871, is a watercolor painting on paper. This piece is an exemplar of the Impressionism movement and falls within the landscape genre. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork captures a serene rural scene with a road meandering through a tranquil countryside setting. The brushstrokes, light, and color palette employed by Pissarro evoke a sense of quietude and natural beauty, characteristic of the Impressionist focus on capturing the ephemeral qualities of light and atmosphere.

567. Rolling Landscape in Winter

Rolling Landscape in Winter

"Rolling Landscape in Winter" is an Impressionist oil on canvas artwork by Camille Pissarro, created in 1875. With dimensions of 39.1 x 55.9 cm, this landscape painting captures the tranquil essence of a winter scene with its muted greens and subtle gradients in the sky. The artwork is part of a private collection and exemplifies the artist's adept use of light and color to convey the serene and expansive nature of a rural winter landscape.

568. Roses in a Glass

Roses in a Glass

The artwork "Roses in a Glass," crafted by artist Camille Pissarro in 1877, exemplifies the Impressionist movement through its expressive and vibrant use of oil on canvas. A delicate and intimate flower painting, the artwork depicts a small bouquet of roses, gracefully arranged in a simple glass, resting on a wooden surface. The brushstrokes are lively and the color palette rich, evoking a sense of immediacy and natural beauty. Currently held in a private collection, this piece reflects Pissarro's nuanced skill in capturing the ephemeral charm of everyday objects.

569. Roses of Nice

Roses of Nice

The artwork, titled "Roses of Nice," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1902 using oil on canvas. This piece belongs to the Impressionism movement and falls under the genre of flower painting. The artwork depicts a lush, vibrant arrangement of roses adorned with soft, blooming petals and verdant foliage, set against a subtly textured background that hints at an interior space with a glimpse of the outdoors. It is currently held in a private collection.

570. Rouen burial of Cardinal Bonnechose

Rouen burial of Cardinal Bonnechose

The artwork titled "Rouen burial of Cardinal Bonnechose," created by Camille Pissarro, exemplifies the Impressionism art movement and falls within the genre of genre painting. The artwork depicts a densely-packed crowd attending the somber event of Cardinal Bonnechose's burial in Rouen. Rendered with loose brushstrokes and a subdued color palette, the composition effectively captures the essence of communal mourning and the historical significance of the occasion. The scene is infused with a sense of movement and atmosphere, characteristic of Pissarro's Impressionist style, portraying not only the physical gathering but also the collective emotional weight of the moment.

571. Rouen, Fog Effect

Rouen, Fog Effect

The artwork, titled "Rouen, Fog Effect," is an oil on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1898. As part of the Impressionism movement, this cityscape exemplifies Pissarro's masterful ability to depict atmospheric conditions and urban landscapes. The painting portrays the city of Rouen shrouded in fog, with muted colors and soft brushwork evoking a serene and ethereal ambiance. The bridge, buildings, and smoke stacks blend harmoniously into the fog, showcasing Pissarro's skill in capturing the transient effects of light and weather. This masterpiece is currently held in a private collection.

572. Rouen Port, Unloading Wood

Rouen Port, Unloading Wood

The artwork titled "Rouen Port, Unloading Wood," created by Camille Pissarro in 1898, is an oil on canvas cityscape belonging to the Impressionism movement. Measuring 92.1 by 73 centimeters, the painting is presently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a bustling port scene in Rouen, where workers are actively unloading logs from ships docked along the quay. The composition captures the industrial vibrancy of the era, characterized by the presence of steamships and the smoky atmosphere. Pissarro's use of light and brushstrokes vividly conveys the dynamic and harmonious interplay between the natural and industrial elements of the port.

573. Rouen, Saint Sever, Afternoon

Rouen, Saint Sever, Afternoon

"Rouen, Saint Sever, Afternoon" is a distinguished oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro, completed in 1898. An example of the Impressionist movement, the artwork, measuring 65 x 81 cm, presents a cityscape captured during the afternoon. The composition depicts the industrial skyline along the river with a focus on elements such as buildings, smokestacks, and boats, portraying an evocative scene of urban life. The painting is currently held in a private collection.

574. The Banks of the Epte at Eragny

The Banks of the Epte at Eragny

"The Banks of the Epte at Eragny", created by the esteemed artist Camille Pissarro in 1884, is an oil painting on canvas that epitomizes the Impressionist movement. This landscape artwork, currently held in a private collection, captures the tranquil and picturesque nature of the French countryside with a deft use of light and color, characteristic of Impressionism. The artwork depicts verdant trees and a serene riverbank, bathed in soft sunlight, showcasing Pissarro's skillful brushwork and his dedication to representing the beauty of natural settings.

575. The Banks of the Marne at Cennevieres

The Banks of the Marne at Cennevieres

The artwork, titled "The Banks of the Marne at Cennevieres" by Camille Pissarro, dates approximately to the years 1864-1865. Rendered in watercolor on paper, this piece belongs to the Realism movement and falls under the landscape genre. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork portrays a serene riverside scene with modest dwellings and boats along the tranquil banks of the Marne River, evoking a quiet and contemplative moment in nature.

576. The Banks of the Oise at Pontoise

The Banks of the Oise at Pontoise

"The Banks of the Oise at Pontoise" is an oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro, created in 1870. This artwork, executed in the Impressionist style, measures 49.8 x 65 cm and belongs to the cityscape genre, depicting a tranquil riverside scene. Currently housed in a private collection, the painting captures a serene moment along the banks of the Oise River, characterized by lush greenery, a calm body of water, and a backdrop of distant buildings under a partly cloudy sky. The composition includes a few figures, contributing to the tranquil and reflective atmosphere of the scene.

577. The Banks of the Oise, Pontoise (also known as Man Fishing)

The Banks of the Oise, Pontoise (also known as Man Fishing)

"The Banks of the Oise, Pontoise (also known as Man Fishing)" is an oil on canvas artwork created by Camille Pissarro in 1878. Representing the Impressionist art movement, this landscape painting depicts a tranquil riverside scene, characterized by a solitary figure fishing amidst a backdrop of bare trees and softly hued natural surroundings. The artwork captures the serene essence of the Oise River near Pontoise, exemplifying Pissarro’s masterful use of light and texture. Currently, it resides in a private collection.

578. The Banks of the Seine at Bougival

The Banks of the Seine at Bougival

"The Banks of the Seine at Bougival," painted in 1871 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil-on-canvas masterpiece representative of the Impressionism art movement. This landscape genre artwork, held in a private collection, depictively captures the serene ambiance of the Seine riverbanks at Bougival. With delicate brushstrokes and a subtile color palette, the artist intricately portrays the natural beauty and peaceful atmosphere of the scene, emphasizing the harmony between human habitation and nature.

579. The Banks of the Seine in Paris, Pont Marie, Quai d'Anjou

The Banks of the Seine in Paris, Pont Marie, Quai d'Anjou

"The Banks of the Seine in Paris, Pont Marie, Quai d'Anjou," painted by Camille Pissarro circa 1875, is an oil-on-canvas work representing the Impressionist movement. This landscape artwork, which resides in a private collection, depicts a serene yet bustling scene along the Seine River in Paris. The composition features prominently the activities around the Pont Marie bridge and the Quai d'Anjou, with wagons, workers, and piles of sand painstakingly portrayed to capture the realism of daily life. Pissarro's masterful use of light and color evokes the atmosphere of a typical day in the late 19th century, harmoniously blending natural and urban elements in an elegant symphony of impressionistic brushstrokes.

580. The Barn, Morning, Eragny

The Barn, Morning, Eragny

"The Barn, Morning, Eragny," created by Camille Pissarro in 1893, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 46 by 55 centimeters and falls under the Impressionism movement. This landscape genre artwork currently resides in a private collection. The artwork depicts a tranquil rural scene in the morning, with a barn nestled amidst verdant foliage and bathed in the soft, dappled light of the rising sun. The painter's characteristic loose brushwork and vibrant palette evoke a serene countryside atmosphere.

581. The Bassin des Tuileries, Afternoon

The Bassin des Tuileries, Afternoon

"The Bassin des Tuileries, Afternoon," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1900, is an oil on canvas masterpiece that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. Measuring 65 x 92 cm, the artwork is a landscape genre currently held in a private collection. The painting captures the serene and bustling environment of the Bassin des Tuileries in the afternoon, characterized by its soft, diffused light and meticulous depiction of people leisurely strolling in the park. The horizon is adorned with indistinct architectural structures, blending seamlessly with the expansive sky, which is awash with hues of soft yellows, purples, and blues, emphasizing the atmospheric conditions typical of the Impressionist style.

582. The Bazincourt Steeple (study)

The Bazincourt Steeple (study)

The artwork, titled "The Bazincourt Steeple (study)", is an oil on canvas piece created by Camille Pissarro in 1895. Emblematic of the Impressionist movement, this landscape painting depicts a serene rural scene with dense foliage and a distant steeple positioned amid towering trees. The textured brushstrokes and vivid greens convey a sense of natural vitality, further enhanced by the subtly varying hues within the verdant landscape. Its precise detailing imbues the artwork with a timeless quality, despite its primary status as a study, and it currently resides in a private collection.

583. The bohemian's wagon

The bohemian's wagon

The artwork, titled "The Bohemian's Wagon," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1862. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece is a representative example of the Realism movement and falls within the genre of genre painting. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork showcases a bucolic scene featuring a rustic wagon and haystacks situated in a countryside setting. The composition includes figures engaging in daily activities, surrounded by an expansive landscape that serves to highlight the simplicity and tranquility of rural life. The artist's attention to naturalistic detail and the harmonious integration of human elements with the environment underscore the Realist ethos of depicting ordinary life with authenticity and depth.

584. The Louvre and the Seine from the Pont Neuf

The Louvre and the Seine from the Pont Neuf

The artwork titled "The Louvre and the Seine from the Pont Neuf" is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1902. Measuring 56 x 66 cm, this piece is a prime example of the Impressionist movement and is classified as a cityscape. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts a serene view of the Seine River with the iconic Louvre museum in the background, observed from the Pont Neuf. The composition captures the tranquil interaction between natural and urban elements, with the soft hues and light capturing an ephemeral moment in time, characteristic of Impressionist techniques.

585. The Louvre, Gray Weather, Afternoon

The Louvre, Gray Weather, Afternoon

"The Louvre, Gray Weather, Afternoon," painted in 1902 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil on canvas artwork emblematic of the Impressionism art movement. Measuring 41 by 33 cm, the cityscape prominently captures a gray afternoon in Paris, with the iconic Louvre Museum in the background shrouded in soft, muted tones under a cloudy sky. The piece vividly portrays the urban landscape with a masterful play of light and shadow, characteristic of Pissarro's style. This artwork resides in a private collection, demonstrating a timeless depiction of a serene yet bustling Parisian scene.

586. The Louvre, March Mist

The Louvre, March Mist

The artwork, titled "The Louvre, March Mist," is an oil on canvas painting created in 1903 by Camille Pissarro, a key figure in the Impressionism movement. This cityscape piece, measuring 54 x 65 cm, depicts a misty view of the River Seine with the Louvre in the background. The subdued color palette and soft brushstrokes evoke a sense of atmospheric serenity and transience. It is currently housed in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, Denmark.

587. The Louvre, Morning

The Louvre, Morning

"The artwork, titled 'The Louvre, Morning,' is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1903. The piece is a cityscape belonging to the Impressionist movement, measuring 16.5 by 22 cm. Currently part of a private collection, this Impressionist cityscape depicts a serene morning view of the Louvre, characterized by a gentle interplay of light and shadow, and the delicate, loose brushstrokes that capture the essence and atmosphere of the scene."

588. The Louvre, Morning, Mist

The Louvre, Morning, Mist

The artwork, titled "The Louvre, Morning, Mist" by Camille Pissarro, created in 1901, is an exquisite depiction of a cityscape rendered in oil on canvas. Aligned with the Impressionism movement, it measures 73 by 92 centimeters and is currently housed in the Museo Botero in Bogotá, Colombia. The artwork captures a serene morning scene shrouded in mist, with an atmospheric interplay of light and shadow, characteristic of Pissarro's impressionistic brushwork and keen eye for detail.

589. The Louvre, Morning, Snow Effect

The Louvre, Morning, Snow Effect

"The Louvre, Morning, Snow Effect," an oil-on-canvas cityscape painted by Camille Pissarro in 1903, belongs to the Impressionist art movement. The artwork, measuring 46 by 55 cm, is currently held in a private collection. The painting beautifully captures the serene atmosphere of a snowy morning in Paris, with a focus on the iconic Louvre building and the adjacent Seine river. Pissarro's masterful brushstrokes convey a soft, diffused light reflecting off the snow-covered ground and the icy river, evoking a sense of calm and tranquility amidst the urban landscape. The composition includes gently moving boats on the river and pedestrians leisurely strolling, all enveloped in an ethereal wintery ambiance, characteristic of Impressionist techniques.

590. The Louvre, Morning, Sun

The Louvre, Morning, Sun

"The Louvre, Morning, Sun," created by Camille Pissarro in 1901, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 73.7 x 92.7 cm. As an exemplar of the Impressionist movement, this cityscape elegantly captures a morning scene by the Louvre with a nuanced play of sunlight. The painting, located in the Saint Louis Art Museum in St. Louis, Missouri, features soft hues and delicate brushstrokes that evoke a serene urban atmosphere. The composition highlights the architectural splendor of the Louvre and the tranquil flow of the adjacent river, interspersed with trees and pedestrians, embodying the ephemeral beauty of a morning in the city.

591. The Louvre, Morning, Sun, Quai Malaquais

The Louvre, Morning, Sun, Quai Malaquais

"The Louvre, Morning, Sun, Quai Malaquais," crafted by Camille Pissarro in 1903, is an oil on canvas cityscape aligned with the Impressionist movement. This artwork, measuring 47 x 55.5 cm and presently held in a private collection, vividly depicts an early morning scene along the Quai Malaquais with the Louvre in the background. The painter's characteristic brushstrokes and delicate color palette capture the gentle light and atmosphere of a serene morning by the Seine, emphasizing the harmony between nature and urban life.

592. The Louvre, Winter Sunlight, Morning, 2nd Version

The Louvre, Winter Sunlight, Morning, 2nd Version

The artwork titled "The Louvre, Winter Sunlight, Morning, 2nd Version," created by Camille Pissarro in 1901, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. Painted in oil on canvas, the cityscape measures 74 by 92 centimeters and is housed in a private collection. The artwork portrays a sunlit winter morning scene featuring the Louvre, seen from an elevated perspective, with soft light illuminating the Seine River and its surroundings. The application of gentle brushstrokes captures the transient effects of sunlight on the architecture and water, showcasing Pissarro's mastery in depicting atmospheric conditions. The overall composition reflects a serene yet vibrant urban landscape.

593. The Louvre, Winter Sunshine, Morning

The Louvre, Winter Sunshine, Morning

"The Louvre, Winter Sunshine, Morning," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1900, is an exquisite oil on canvas masterpiece that measures 73 x 92 cm. This Impressionist cityscape, currently held in a private collection, captures the serene and luminous atmosphere of a winter morning in Paris. The artwork elegantly portrays the historic Louvre, bathed in soft winter light, as viewed from across the Seine. The use of delicate, warm hues and shimmering reflections on the water epitomizes Pissarro's masterful ability to convey the transient effects of light and color in urban scenes.

594. The Seine Viewed from the Pont Neuf, Winter

The Seine Viewed from the Pont Neuf, Winter

"The Seine Viewed from the Pont Neuf, Winter," an oil on canvas piece created in 1902 by Camille Pissarro, is a quintessential representation of the Impressionist movement. This cityscape, measuring 54 x 65.4 cm, captures a serene winter scene from the Pont Neuf in Paris with gentle brushwork that encapsulates the movement's emphasis on light and atmosphere. The muted color palette imbues the artwork with a tranquil, almost melancholic ambiance, illustrating the quiet beauty of the Seine under a blanket of winter. The artwork resides in a private collection, and its composition and execution demonstrate Pissarro's mastery in rendering urban landscapes with impressionistic sensitivity.

595. The Serpentine, Hyde Park, Fog Effect

The Serpentine, Hyde Park, Fog Effect

"The Serpentine, Hyde Park, Fog Effect," an oil painting on canvas by Camille Pissarro, was created in 1890. Belonging to the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements, this cityscape artwork is currently held in a private collection. The painting depicts a serene scene of the Serpentine in Hyde Park, shrouded in a delicate fog. The artist skillfully employs pointillist techniques to render a tranquil and atmospheric quality, evoking a sense of calm and subtle complexity. The soft, muted hues and the gentle play of light on the water and trees capture the foggy essence of the landscape.

596. The Siesin the Fields

The Siesin the Fields

The artwork titled "The Siesin the Fields," created by Camille Pissarro in 1893, is a landscape painting representative of the Impressionism movement. Currently held in a private collection, this piece captures the serene beauty of rural life. The artwork depicts a tranquil field scene where three figures are taking respite, set against a backdrop of verdant meadows and a distant treeline. The use of light and color reflects the characteristic Impressionist emphasis on capturing the momentary effects of natural light and the everyday life of common people.

597. The Siesta

The Siesta
  • Artwork Name: The Siesta
  • Year: 1899
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Siesta" is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1899, associated with the Impressionism art movement. This genre painting depicts a tranquil rural scene, where a figure is resting peacefully against a large haystack, bathed in serene, dappled light. The lush greenery and thatched houses in the background evoke a sense of timeless pastoral life. Currently, the artwork is part of a private collection, capturing the essence of serene countryside repose with masterful brushwork and an impressionistic portrayal of light and shadow.

598. The Snack, Child and Young peasant at Rest

The Snack, Child and Young peasant at Rest

The artwork titled "The Snack, Child and Young Peasant at Rest," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, is an oil painting representative of the Impressionism movement and categorized as a genre painting. Measuring 60 x 73 cm, it is privately held in a private collection. The artwork illustrates a serene rural scene depicting a young woman reclining on the grass and a child sitting nearby in a meadow. The vibrant interplay of light and color captures the essence of a leisurely moment in the countryside, characteristic of Pissarro's impressionistic style.

599. The Sower, Montfoucault

The Sower, Montfoucault

"The Sower, Montfoucault" is a genre painting by Camille Pissarro, created in 1875 using oil on canvas. The artwork, measuring 46 x 55 cm, belongs to the Impressionism art movement and is currently part of a private collection. The painting depicts a rural scene where a sower, dressed in earthy tones and a straw hat, scatters seeds across a field. In the background, two white horses pull a plow, guided by another figure, against a backdrop of trees and a partly cloudy sky. The composition captures the essence of agrarian life and portrays the harmony between humans and nature.

600. The Stage on the Road from Ennery to l'Hermigate, Pontoise

The Stage on the Road from Ennery to l'Hermigate, Pontoise

"The Stage on the Road from Ennery to l'Hermigate, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro, is a quintessential piece of Impressionist landscape painting. The artwork vividly captures a tranquil, rural scene with a stagecoach drawn by horses traveling along a rustic road flanked by houses and trees in full foliage. Characterized by Pissarro's masterful use of color and light, the painting evokes a serene and idyllic atmosphere, reflecting the everyday charm of the French countryside.

601. The street of Hermitage, Pontoise

The street of Hermitage, Pontoise

"The Street of Hermitage, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1874, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 40.4 by 34.8 centimeters. As a notable piece within the Impressionist movement, the artwork captures a serene landscape of a quiet street lined with buildings and vegetation, under a cloudy sky. This painting, currently held in a private collection, exemplifies Pissarro's adept use of light and color to depict the tranquil, everyday scene with a sense of immediacy and atmospheric depth characteristic of Impressionism.

602. The street of the Citadelle, Pontoise

The street of the Citadelle, Pontoise

"The Street of the Citadelle, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1873, is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Impressionist art movement. This landscape artwork captures a serene and picturesque winter scene in Pontoise, rendered with delicacy and evocative atmosphere. A snowy street bordered by hedges and quaint buildings leads the viewer's eye into the distance, where a few figures can be seen, contributing to the sense of quiet charm and everyday life. The artwork is currently held in a private collection.

603. The talk

The talk
  • Artwork Name: The talk
  • Year: 1892
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Talk" is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1892. As an exemplar of Impressionism and genre painting, the artwork depicts two individuals engaged in conversation amidst a serene rural landscape. The delicate brushwork and vibrant color palette characteristic of Impressionism bring to life the tranquil countryside setting and the intimate moment captured between the figures, reflecting the artist's keen observation of everyday life.

604. Woman Sitting on the Floor

Woman Sitting on the Floor

The artwork titled "Woman Sitting on the Floor," created by Camille Pissarro in 1890, is a pastel on paper piece belonging to the Impressionist art movement. It is presented as a portrait genre and is part of a private collection. The artwork depicts a woman seated on the floor with her legs outstretched, exuding a sense of calm repose. The use of pastels gives the piece a soft, delicate texture, enhancing the naturalistic representation characteristic of Impressionism. The woman's attire and posture suggest a simple, everyday moment, captured with remarkable sensitivity and subtlety by Pissarro's skilled hand.

605. Woman wearing a green headscarf

Woman wearing a green headscarf

The artwork, titled "Woman wearing a green headscarf," is an oil on canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1893. It belongs to the Impressionism art movement and is categorized as a genre painting. Measuring 54.5 by 65.5 centimeters, the painting depicts a woman in a contemplative pose, with her visage turned towards the viewer, her green headscarf adding a distinct color contrast against her dark attire and the textured, vibrant background. This masterful work is housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France.

606. Woman with a Wheelbarrow

Woman with a Wheelbarrow

The artwork, titled "Woman with a Wheelbarrow," was created by Camille Pissarro around 1892. Executed in oil on canvas and belonging to the Impressionism art movement, it portrays a portrait genre. The scene is set against a serene and rustic backdrop, depicting a woman pushing a wheelbarrow filled with greenery, followed by a child. The application of light and brushstrokes characterizes the impressionistic technique, with the artwork now residing in a private collection.

607. Woman with Buckets

Woman with Buckets

"Woman with Buckets," circa 1891, is a genre painting created by Camille Pissarro during the Impressionist movement. The artwork, which is held in a private collection, depicts a woman clad in modest attire carrying two buckets, one in each hand. The setting is a rural one, featuring a rustic building in the background. The composition and brushwork reflect Pissarro's keen interest in capturing everyday life and the nuances of light, typical of the Impressionism art style. The earthy tones and the somewhat blurred details are indicative of the artist's focus on the atmospheric effects and the transient moments within a simple, daily activity.

608. Women Gathering Grass

Women Gathering Grass

"Women Gathering Grass" is an oil-on-canvas artwork created in 1883 by Camille Pissarro. This piece, associated with the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements, falls under the genre of genre painting and is currently held in a private collection. Depicting an idyllic rural scene, the artwork captures two women engaged in the laborious task of gathering grass amidst a serene landscape. The application of pointillist techniques renders the natural surroundings with striking vibrancy and texture, emphasizing the splendor and tranquility of the countryside. The composition highlights the interplay of light, color, and human activity, offering a contemplative glimpse into pastoral life.

609. Women Tending the Laundry (study)

Women Tending the Laundry (study)

The artwork, entitled "Women Tending the Laundry (study)" by Camille Pissarro, is an oil on panel piece created circa 1887. Representing the Impressionism movement, the genre painting captures a domestic scene where a woman is depicted hanging laundry outdoors. The composition employs expressive brushstrokes and a rich palette that is characteristic of Pissarro's style, embodying the everyday life and labor of the French countryside. Currently, this artwork resides in a private collection.

610. Workers in the Fields

Workers in the Fields

The artwork, titled "Workers in the Fields," was created by Camille Pissarro around 1896 to 1897. Executed in watercolor on paper, it is a quintessential example of the Impressionist movement and falls within the genre painting category. Presently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts two field laborers engaged in their task, suffused with the characteristic light and color of Impressionism. Pissarro's technique beautifully captures the essence of rural labor through loose, vibrant brushstrokes, conveying the scene's atmospheric and ephemeral qualities.

611. Working at Eragny

Working at Eragny

The artwork, titled "Working at Eragny," is an oil painting on a panel created circa 1886 by the renowned artist Camille Pissarro. This piece is representative of the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements and exemplifies the genre painting style. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork vividly portrays an agricultural scene through the meticulous application of small, distinct dots of color, showcasing Pissarro's innovative approach to capturing light and rural life. The viewer is drawn to the field's textured landscape, where humans and animals coexist harmoniously under a broad, cloud-speckled sky.

612. Young Flemish maid

Young Flemish maid

The artwork, titled "Young Flemish Maid," is a portrait created by the artist Camille Pissarro. Despite being renowned for his contributions to the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements, Pissarro’s work in this piece is characterized by meticulous attention to detail and a harmonious blend of colors. The composition depicts a young woman seated indoors, with a contemplative expression on her face. The use of brush strokes and color variations illustrates Pissarro's mastery in capturing the subtleties of light and texture, making the scene both intimate and evocative.

613. Bathers Seated on the Banks of a River

Bathers Seated on the Banks of a River

The artwork, titled "Bathers Seated on the Banks of a River" by Camille Pissarro, was created in 1901 and is associated with the Impressionism art movement. Representing a genre painting, the scene depicts three figures leisurely seated by the riverside, seemingly engaged in a moment of intimate relaxation amidst nature. Rendered with soft brush strokes and a palette that captures the light and atmosphere of the riverside setting, the artwork emphasizes the serene and pastoral qualities of the scene. Currently, this piece is housed in a private collection.

614. Bathing Goose Maidens

Bathing Goose Maidens

The artwork titled "Bathing Goose Maidens," created by Camille Pissarro and belonging to the Impressionism art movement, is classified as genre painting. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts two maidens bathing in a serene, natural setting, accompanied by a group of geese. The use of soft, diffused light and fluid brushstrokes characteristic of the Impressionist movement evokes a tranquil pastoral scene, underscoring the harmonious interaction between the figures and their idyllic environment.

615. Berneval Meadows, Morning

Berneval Meadows, Morning

"Berneval Meadows, Morning," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1900, is an oil on canvas landscape that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. The artwork captures a serene meadow bathed in the gentle light of morning, punctuated by verdant trees and a vast, expansive sky adorned with clusters of soft clouds. The intricate textures and harmonious color palette reflect Pissarro's masterful technique in conveying the natural beauty of the scene. Currently held in a private collection, this piece remains a testament to the artist's skill in rendering the tranquil essence of rural landscapes.

616. Big Walnut Tree at Eragny

Big Walnut Tree at Eragny

"Big Walnut Tree at Eragny," an oil on canvas masterpiece created in 1892 by Camille Pissarro, is a prime representation of the Impressionist movement. This landscape artwork, currently housed in a private collection, depicts a serene rural scene featuring a prominent walnut tree at Eragny. Pissarro employs a vibrant and rich palette of colors to convey the lush, tranquil countryside, skillfully capturing the play of light and shadow across the undulating fields and hills. The delicate, almost pointillistic brushwork imbues the artwork with a sense of movement and ethereal quality, characteristic of the Impressionist style.

617. Boats at Dock

Boats at Dock

The artwork, titled "Boats at Dock," is a watercolor painting on paper, created by the renowned artist Camille Pissarro. This piece belongs to the Impressionism art movement and falls under the genre of cityscape. Currently, it resides in a private collection. The artwork vividly captures docked boats with loose, yet expressive brushwork that characterizes the Impressionist style, using a delicate palette to portray both the serenity and bustling life of a city harbor, while invoking a subtle play of light and atmosphere.

618. Boats, Sunset, Rouen

Boats, Sunset, Rouen

The artwork titled "Boats, Sunset, Rouen," created by Camille Pissarro in 1898, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 54 by 66 centimeters. As an exemplar of the Impressionist movement, this cityscape captures a tranquil and evocative scene at sunset, with boats moored along the river in Rouen. The warm hues of the setting sun bathe the clouds and water in a harmonious blend of colors, reflecting the artist's skillful use of light and atmospheric effects. The artwork is part of a private collection, attesting to its valued status among connoisseurs of Impressionist art.

619. Boulevard des Batignolles

Boulevard des Batignolles

"**Boulevard des Batignolles**," crafted circa 1878-1879 by the renowned artist **Camille Pissarro**, exemplifies the **Impressionism** movement through its vibrant **cityscape** portrayal. Utilizing **oil on panel**, Pissarro captures an everyday urban scene characterized by bustling figures, carriages, and an atmospheric sky, infusing a sense of lively motion and transient beauty intrinsic to **Impressionism**. Currently part of a **private collection**, the artwork stands as a testament to Pissarro's masterful ability to depict the nuances of city life with delicate brushstrokes and a characteristic play of light and shadow.

620. Boulevard des Fosses. Pontoise

Boulevard des Fosses. Pontoise

"Boulevard des Fosses, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1872, is an exemplary piece of Impressionist landscape art, exhibited at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California. The artwork depicts a serene boulevard lined with trees, houses, and passersby, capturing the tranquil atmosphere and natural light in a quintessentially Impressionistic style.

621. Boulevard des Italiens Afternoon

Boulevard des Italiens Afternoon

Created by Camille Pissarro in 1897, "Boulevard des Italiens Afternoon" is an oil on canvas painting that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. The artwork, measuring 73 x 92 cm and belonging to the cityscape genre, depicts a bustling Parisian street scene in the afternoon. The piece skillfully captures the vibrant urban life with its dense crowd of pedestrians, horse-drawn carriages, and architectural elements bathed in soft, diffused light. The artwork is currently held in a private collection.

622. Boulevard des Italiens Morning, Sunlight

Boulevard des Italiens Morning, Sunlight

The artwork titled "Boulevard des Italiens Morning, Sunlight," created by Camille Pissarro in 1897, is an oil painting on canvas, measuring 73.2 x 92 cm. This piece exemplifies the Impressionism art movement and falls under the cityscape genre. The painting vividly captures the bustling life and energy of a city street bathed in morning sunlight, featuring numerous figures, carriages, and buildings, which are rendered with the characteristic loose brushstrokes and vibrant light effects of Impressionism. The detailed depiction of urban life and the interplay of light and color encapsulate Pissarro's mastery of the Impressionist style.

623. Garden at Eragny (study)

Garden at Eragny (study)

The artwork, titled "Garden at Eragny (study)," was created by Camille Pissarro between circa 1899 and circa 1900 using oil on canvas. It belongs to the Impressionism movement and falls within the landscape genre. Currently housed in a private collection, the painting depicts a serene garden scene characterized by lush greenery, vibrant foliage, and quaint architectural elements. The use of vivid brushstrokes and a rich color palette exemplifies Pissarro's mastery of light and atmosphere, capturing the tranquil essence of a garden setting.

624. Garden of the Louvre Fog Effect

Garden of the Louvre Fog Effect

"Garden of the Louvre Fog Effect," created in 1899 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil on canvas cityscape belonging to the Impressionism art movement, measuring 54 by 65 cm, and currently resides in a private collection. The artwork features a misty, atmospheric depiction of the garden and surrounding architecture of the Louvre, characterized by the muted and ethereal colors often associated with Pissarro's impressionist style. The blending of hues and the soft focus effect evoke a sense of calm and timelessness, capturing the serene yet enigmatic essence of the urban landscape enveloped in fog.

625. Garden of the Louvre Morning, Grey Weather

Garden of the Louvre Morning, Grey Weather

The artwork titled "Garden of the Louvre Morning, Grey Weather," created by Camille Pissarro in 1899, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 73 x 92 cm, and it belongs to the Impressionism movement. Rendered in a cityscape genre, the scene captures a serene morning view of the Louvre gardens under grey weather conditions, marked by lush greenery, architectural structures, and a tranquil atmosphere. Presently, this esteemed piece of art is part of a private collection.

626. Garden of the Louvre Snow Effect

Garden of the Louvre Snow Effect

"Garden of the Louvre, Snow Effect" is a cityscape painting by Camille Pissarro, created in 1899. Executed in oil on canvas and measuring 54 by 65 cm, this artwork is a quintessential example of the Impressionism movement. The painting captures the Louvre gardens under a blanket of snow, rendered with Pissarro's characteristic light and atmosphere. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork is notable for its delicate depiction of winter's serene beauty amidst the iconic Parisian landscape.

627. Gardens At Kew, Sunset

Gardens At Kew, Sunset

"Gardens At Kew, Sunset," an oil on canvas piece created in 1892 by Camille Pissarro, exemplifies the Impressionist art movement through its landscape genre. The artwork presents a serene scene set within Kew Gardens during sunset, showcasing Pissarro's mastery in capturing the natural beauty and tranquility of the environment. The use of vibrant colors and delicate brushstrokes depicts the varied textures of trees, foliage, and the soft, fading light, evoking a sense of peace and reflection in the viewer.

628. Gathering Herbs

Gathering Herbs

The artwork, entitled "Gathering Herbs," was painted by Camille Pissarro in 1882 and belongs to the Impressionism art movement. Measuring 36.8 by 27.3 centimeters and categorized as a genre painting, the artwork is currently held in a private collection. The painting portrays a figure bent over in the act of gathering herbs against the backdrop of a serene, lush landscape characterized by vibrant use of color and dynamic brushstrokes, typical of the Impressionist style. The image depicts a pastoral setting with verdant fields, distant trees, and a clear sky, imbuing a sense of tranquility and connection with nature.

629. Girl Tending a Cow in Pasture

Girl Tending a Cow in Pasture

The artwork titled "Girl Tending a Cow in Pasture" is an exquisite oil painting on canvas, created in 1874 by Camille Pissarro. Measuring 46 by 54.5 centimeters, it belongs to the Impressionism movement and is classified as a genre painting. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork depicts a pastoral scene where a girl is seen attending to a cow in a lush, verdant field, with other individuals engaged in agricultural activities in the background. The painting vividly captures the tranquil rural life through its detailed brushwork and the harmonious blend of colors typical of Impressionist aesthetics.

630. Girl with a Stick

Girl with a Stick

The artwork titled "Girl with a Stick," created by Camille Pissarro in 1881, is an oil on canvas piece that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. With dimensions of 64.5 x 81 cm, this genre painting captures a rural scene featuring a young girl engrossed in her surroundings, holding a stick amidst verdant foliage. Pissarro’s use of vibrant colors and textured brushwork evokes a sense of natural spontaneity and simplicity. This painting is housed at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, contributing to its prestigious collection of Impressionist art.

631. Gizors, New Section

Gizors, New Section

The artwork "Gizors, New Section," created by Camille Pissarro around 1885, is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. This landscape genre painting is housed in a private collection. The artwork captures a serene rural scene with lush greenery, with towering trees dominating the foreground and a quaint village with several houses receding into the background. The vibrant play of light and shadows, characterized by the meticulous use of brushstrokes and rich, contrasting colors, is indicative of Pissarro's impressionistic style, drawing the viewer into the peaceful beauty of the French countryside.

632. Goose Girl

Goose Girl

"Goose Girl," an Impressionist genre painting by Camille Pissarro, was created circa 1890 and is currently housed in a private collection. The artwork depicts a pastoral scene in which a girl tends to geese near a serene water body, surrounded by lush greenery and the tranquility of the countryside. The use of light and color exemplifies Pissarro's Impressionist techniques, capturing the essence of everyday rural life with delicate brushstrokes and a harmonious palette.

633. Landscape With A White Horse In A Field, L'Ermitage

Landscape With A White Horse In A Field, L'Ermitage

"Landscape With A White Horse In A Field, L'Ermitage," created in 1872 by Camille Pissarro, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 46 x 55 cm. This work, a quintessential example of the Impressionism movement, depicts a serene landscape featuring a white horse in an open, verdant field with trees framing the scene and a distant house nestled among rolling green hills. The artwork is presently housed in a private collection.

634. Landscape with a White Horse in a Meadow, L'Hermitage

Landscape with a White Horse in a Meadow, L'Hermitage

"Landscape with a White Horse in a Meadow, L'Hermitage," created by Camille Pissarro, is an evocative work belonging to the Impressionism art movement and categorized within the landscape genre. The artwork depicts a serene and picturesque scene of a white horse standing in a lush, green meadow surrounded by trees with autumn foliage. In the background, gentle hills adorned with scattered houses under a vast, partly cloudy sky add a sense of depth and tranquility, exemplifying Pissarro's masterful use of light and color typical of Impressionist techniques.

635. Landscape with Big Trees

Landscape with Big Trees

"Landscape with Big Trees," a work by Camille Pissarro, exemplifies the Impressionist art movement and belongs to the landscape genre. The artwork showcases a serene, verdant scene dominated by towering trees, their branches gently interweaving. The interplay of light and shadow is rendered with a soft, delicate touch, capturing the transient beauty and tranquility of nature.

636. Landscape with Factory

Landscape with Factory

Created by Camille Pissarro in 1867, the artwork "Landscape with Factory" is an oil painting on canvas, measuring 45.7 by 71.4 cm. The piece, executed in the style of Realism, features an industrial landscape that deftly captures the juxtaposition of nature and human enterprise. With meticulously rendered details and a keen sense of atmospheric clarity, Pissarro presents a view of factories and surrounding dwellings under a bright, cloud-studded sky. This landscape painting, housed in the Denver Art Museum in Denver, Colorado, reflects the artist's profound observation of his environment and his remarkable ability to portray the subtle complexities of light and shadow.

637. Landscape with Figures by a River

Landscape with Figures by a River

"Landscape with Figures by a River," created by Camille Pissarro circa 1853-1854, exemplifies the Realism art movement. This watercolor on paper artwork measures 37.1 by 54.1 centimeters and resides in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK. The artwork depicts an idyllic riverside scene, featuring leisurely figures engaged in various activities amidst a verdant, natural landscape. The use of delicate tones and fine brushwork conveys a serene atmosphere, capturing the essence of rural life with an extraordinary attention to detail.

638. Landscape with Flooded Fields

Landscape with Flooded Fields

"Landscape with Flooded Fields," an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1873, exemplifies the Impressionism art movement and belongs to the landscape genre. It is currently housed at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut. The artwork depicts a serene rural scene with barren trees standing in flooded fields, reflecting a cloudy sky overhead. The composition and brushwork capture the tranquility and natural beauty of the countryside, emblematic of Pissarro's mastery in portraying atmospheric conditions and the subtleties of light.

639. Landscape with House in the Woods in Saint Thomas, Antilles

Landscape with House in the Woods in Saint Thomas, Antilles

The artwork titled "Landscape with House in the Woods in Saint Thomas, Antilles," created by Camille Pissarro around 1854 to 1855, exemplifies the Realism movement within a landscape genre. This exquisite oil on canvas piece, measuring 23.9 x 30.5 cm, portrays a serene scene featuring a modest house nestled amidst verdant woods. Rich in natural greenery, the painting carefully captures the interplay of light and shadow, demonstrating Pissarro's keen observation and adeptness at rendering the natural world. Currently held in a private collection, this masterpiece stands as a testament to Pissarro's early career and his profound appreciation for rustic landscapes.

640. Landscape with Rocks, Montfoucault

Landscape with Rocks, Montfoucault

The artwork, titled "Landscape with Rocks, Montfoucault," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1874. It is an oil painting on canvas, measuring 65 x 92 cm, and belongs to the Impressionist movement. The genre of this piece is landscape, and it is currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a serene woodland scene, characterized by a forest of bare trees interspersed with moss-covered rocks and a path where a few figures walk, capturing the tranquil essence of nature and the fleeting effects of light, typical of the Impressionist style.

641. Landscape with Small Stream

Landscape with Small Stream

"Landscape with Small Stream" is an oil on canvas artwork created in 1872 by Camille Pissarro, a prominent figure in the Impressionist movement. This landscape piece, housed in a private collection, portrays a tranquil rural scene featuring a serene stream winding through a lush, verdant landscape, flanked by bare trees and modest houses under a softly lit sky. The delicate brushwork and careful use of color reflect Pissarro's mastery in capturing the transient effects of light and atmosphere.

642. Landscape with Strollers Relaxing under the Trees

Landscape with Strollers Relaxing under the Trees

"Landscape with Strollers Relaxing under the Trees," an oil on canvas painting created in 1872 by Camille Pissarro, exemplifies the Impressionist movement in its depiction of a serene natural scene. The artwork portrays a lush, verdant landscape where individuals are seen leisurely enjoying the tranquil environment beneath the generous shade of tall trees. The intricate interplay of light and shadow, marked by dappled sunlight filtering through the foliage, encapsulates the fleeting essence of a calm day outdoors. This work, classified as a landscape genre, is currently held in a private collection.

643. Peasant Woman and Child Harvesting the Fields, Pontoise

Peasant Woman and Child Harvesting the Fields, Pontoise

The artwork titled "Peasant Woman and Child Harvesting the Fields, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, is an oil on canvas genre painting representative of the Impressionist art movement. This piece, currently held in a private collection, depicts a serene countryside scene with a peasant woman and child engaged in harvesting. Pissarro's characteristic brushwork and use of light vividly capture the rustic landscape and the daily lives of rural inhabitants, reflecting both the simplicity and beauty of their existence. The composition is unified by the harmonious interplay of light and color, emblematic of the artist's Impressionist style.

644. Peasant woman at the well

Peasant woman at the well

The artwork, titled "Peasant Woman at the Well," is a genre painting by the artist Camille Pissarro, associated with the Impressionism movement. The artwork features a peasant woman engaged in the daily task of fetching water, showcasing Pissarro's focus on depicting rural life and ordinary people with a sense of simplicity and authenticity. The piece is characterized by its minimalist approach and delicate lines, embodying the essence of Impressionist artistry through its attention to everyday moments and the subtle elegance of its composition.

645. Peasant Woman Carrying a Basket

Peasant Woman Carrying a Basket

"Peasant Woman Carrying a Basket," created by Camille Pissarro in 1888, is an exemplary piece of Impressionist genre painting. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts a rural scene featuring a peasant woman clad in modest attire, carrying a basket filled with greenery. The composition also includes another figure engaged in a similar activity against a backdrop of open fields and a solitary tree, under a sky filled with soft, drifting clouds. Pissarro’s skilled use of light and color brings vitality to an otherwise humble agrarian narrative, capturing the essence of pastoral life with a timeless, contemplative grace.

646. Peasant Woman in a Cabbage Patch

Peasant Woman in a Cabbage Patch

"Peasant Woman in a Cabbage Patch," created by Camille Pissarro circa 1884-1885, is an Impressionist genre painting currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a peasant woman standing amidst a lush field of cabbages, showcasing Pissarro's characteristic brushwork and use of light to capture rural life. The woman, adorned in simple peasant attire including a headscarf, stands against a backdrop of trees and a distant farmhouse, evoking a serene and pastoral scene typical of the Impressionist movement.

647. Peasant Woman on a Country Road

Peasant Woman on a Country Road

"Peasant Woman on a Country Road" is an Impressionist genre painting created with pastel on paper by artist Camille Pissarro, currently housed in a private collection. The artwork depicts a pastoral scene, likely set in late summer or early autumn, featuring a solitary peasant woman walking along a narrow dirt road. Surrounding her are vast golden fields of mature crops, with neatly arranged haystacks in the foreground and distant trees under a somewhat overcast sky. The painting exudes a serene yet laborious rural atmosphere, capturing a fleeting moment of agricultural life with Pissarro's characteristic attention to natural light and texture.

648. Peasant Woman Standing next to a Tree

Peasant Woman Standing next to a Tree

The artwork titled "Peasant Woman Standing next to a Tree," painted circa 1885 by Camille Pissarro, is a distinguished example of Impressionist genre painting created with watercolor on paper. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork portrays a solitary female figure, presumably a peasant, standing contemplatively beside a tree amidst a forested backdrop. Pissarro’s characteristic light brushstrokes and subtle use of color capture the tranquil essence of rural life, emphasizing both the simplicity and beauty of the scene.

649. Peasant Woman Warming Herself

Peasant Woman Warming Herself

The artwork, titled "Peasant Woman Warming Herself," created by Camille Pissarro in 1883, exemplifies the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements. Rendered in oil on canvas, this genre painting measures 73.34 x 60 cm and is part of a private collection. The painting depicts a peasant woman, captured in a moment of intimacy and warmth as she sits near a modest source of heat, suggesting both her humble lifestyle and the artist's keen observation of everyday rural life. The use of colorful, textured brushstrokes characteristic of Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism adds a sense of vibrancy and movement to an otherwise quiet scene.

650. Peasant Woman Watching the Geese

Peasant Woman Watching the Geese

The artwork "Peasant Woman Watching the Geese" by Camille Pissarro, completed in 1890, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 38.1 by 54.93 cm. As an exemplary piece of the Impressionism movement, the genre painting portrays a serene rural scene. It depicts a peasant woman, standing near a gentle stream, observing a flock of geese. The setting is enriched with vibrant, lively colors that encapsulate a sunlit, bucolic landscape, seamlessly blending a backdrop of distant houses and lush greenery with the soft reflections on the water's surface. Currently, this artwork resides in a private collection.

651. Peasant Woman with a Goat

Peasant Woman with a Goat

The artwork, "Peasant Woman with a Goat," created by Camille Pissarro in 1881, exemplifies the Impressionist art movement through its use of oil on canvas. This genre painting, depicting a rustic pastoral scene, portrays a humble peasant woman accompanied by a goat amidst a natural landscape. The nuanced brushwork and delicate treatment of light capture a serene, everyday moment, embodying the essence of Impressionism. The artwork is currently housed in a private collection.

652. Peasant woman with basket

Peasant woman with basket

The artwork titled "Peasant Woman with Basket," created by the eminent artist Camille Pissarro, belongs to the Impressionism art movement. Rendered as a genre painting, the artwork measures 15.5 by 11.8 centimeters and is currently housed in the Faure Museum in Aix-les-Bains, France. The painting depicts a modestly dressed woman carrying a basket in a rustic setting, likely outside a rural dwelling, captured with Pissarro's characteristic use of light and texture to evoke a sense of everyday life.

653. Rouen, Saint Sever Morning

Rouen, Saint Sever Morning

The artwork, titled "Rouen, Saint Sever Morning," was created by Camille Pissarro in 1898 using oil on canvas, and belongs to the Impressionism movement. Measuring 63.5 x 79.4 cm, this cityscape captures a bustling morning scene by the water in Rouen, depicting various architectural elements and industrial activities. Pissarro employs soft, diffused light and an array of subdued colors to convey the atmospheric conditions and vibrant life of the urban environment during that period.

654. Route du Fond in Hermitage, Pontoise

Route du Fond in Hermitage, Pontoise

"Route du Fond in Hermitage, Pontoise," an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1877, is a notable work within the Impressionist movement. Measuring 64.8 x 54 cm, this cityscape depicts a serene, rural path framed by gently rolling fields and sparse trees, capturing the tranquil essence of the Hermitage area in Pontoise. The use of soft, natural tones and diffused light, characteristic of Impressionism, conveys a momentary slice of everyday life. The artwork is held in a private collection, preserving its understated beauty for private appreciation.

655. Rue de l'epicerie at Rouen, on a Grey Morning

Rue de l'epicerie at Rouen, on a Grey Morning

"Rue de l'épicerie at Rouen, on a Grey Morning," created by Camille Pissarro in 1898, is an oil painting on canvas. Measuring 65 x 81 cm, this impressionist cityscape depicts a bustling street scene in Rouen, characterized by the architectural splendor of its buildings and the activity of its inhabitants. The composition captures the essence of daily life beneath a brooding, overcast sky, reflecting the unique interplay of light and shadow typical of the Impressionism movement. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork showcases Pissarro's masterful brushwork and keen observation of urban environments.

656. Rue Saint Honore, Afternoon, Rain Effect

Rue Saint Honore, Afternoon, Rain Effect

The artwork titled "Rue Saint Honoré, Afternoon, Rain Effect" is an oil painting on canvas created by Camille Pissarro in 1897. Measuring 81 x 65 cm, this cityscape belongs to the Impressionism movement and is currently housed in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain. The painting depicts a bustling urban scene from Rue Saint Honoré, capturing the activity and mood of a rainy afternoon. The scene is rendered with Pissarro's characteristic loose brushstrokes and attention to light and atmosphere, illustrating the Impressionist emphasis on capturing transient moments in everyday life.

657. Rue Saint Honore Morning Sun Effect, Place du Theatre Francais

Rue Saint Honore Morning Sun Effect, Place du Theatre Francais

The artwork, "Rue Saint-Honoré Morning Sun Effect, Place du Theatre Français,” painted by Camille Pissarro in 1898, exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. Created with oil on canvas, this cityscape measures 65.5 x 54 cm. The artwork captures a bustling Parisian street scene illuminated by the morning sun, with a lively depiction of people and carriages interspersed around the square's central fountain, set against the architectural backdrop of the city. The brushwork and color palette effectively render the light and atmosphere of the morning, characteristic of Pissarro's impressionistic style.

658. Rue Saint-Honore, Sun Effect, Afternoon

Rue Saint-Honore, Sun Effect, Afternoon

"Rue Saint-Honoré, Sun Effect, Afternoon" is an oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro created in 1898, belonging to the Impressionist movement. The artwork, with dimensions of 53.3 x 64.1 cm, is a landscape genre piece depicting a bustling urban scene. The painting captures the vibrancy and daily life of the Parisian street, Rue Saint-Honoré, under afternoon sunlight, with a detailed view of carriages, pedestrians, and the architectural charm of the surrounding buildings. Presently, the artwork is part of a private collection.

659. Rue Saint Lazare

Rue Saint Lazare
  • Artwork Name: Rue Saint Lazare
  • Year: 1893
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 60 cm

The artwork, titled "Rue Saint Lazare," was created in 1893 by the esteemed artist Camille Pissarro, known for his contributions to the Impressionism movement. Executed in oil on canvas, the piece measures 73 x 60 cm and is currently held in a private collection. The genre of the artwork is cityscape, capturing the dynamic essence of an urban scene with bustling streets filled with figures, carriages, and striking architectures, all bathed in natural light that enhances the vivid, lively atmosphere typical of Impressionist art.

660. Rue Saint Lazare

Rue Saint Lazare
  • Artwork Name: Rue Saint Lazare
  • Year: 1897
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 35 x 27 cm

The artwork, titled "Rue Saint Lazare," is an oil on canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1897. It exemplifies the Impressionist movement and captures a lively cityscape with dimensions of 35 by 27 centimeters. The artwork is currently housed in the Ordrupgaard Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark. "Rue Saint Lazare" depicts a bustling urban scene, rendered with soft, rapid brushstrokes typical of Impressionism, providing an evocative glimpse into the vibrancy and architectural elegance of late 19th-century Paris.

661. Rue Saint Lazare under Snow

Rue Saint Lazare under Snow

"Rue Saint Lazare under Snow" is an oil-on-canvas painting created by Camille Pissarro in 1897. As an exemplary piece of the Impressionism movement, the artwork measures 27 by 35 centimeters and is currently held in a private collection. This cityscape vividly depicts a bustling street scene in Paris, blanketed by a layer of snow. Pissarro employs his characteristic technique of loose brushwork and a nuanced palette, capturing the dynamic interplay of light and activity within the urban environment.

662. Saint-Sever Port, Rouen

Saint-Sever Port, Rouen

The artwork "Saint-Sever Port, Rouen" by Camille Pissarro, created in 1896, is an oil on canvas measuring 92 by 65 cm. This piece, representative of the Impressionism movement, depicts a cityscape of the bustling port of Saint-Sever in Rouen. Located at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, the artwork captures the dynamic interplay of light and atmosphere, characteristic of Pissarro's style, with soft, muted tones and a sense of movement in the vapor and water, providing a vivid snapshot of urban life in a late 19th century port city.

663. The Boulevards under Snow

The Boulevards under Snow

"The Boulevards under Snow," created by Camille Pissarro in 1879, is an oil on canvas painting belonging to the Impressionism movement. Measuring 65 by 54 centimeters, this landscape artwork depicts a bustling Parisian boulevard enveloped in winter's snow. The cityscape is adorned with leafless trees, horse-drawn carriages, and pedestrians braving the cold, all harmoniously rendered in soft, muted hues that evoke the serene atmosphere of a snowy day. The piece is part of the collection at the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris, France.

664. The Brook at Osny

The Brook at Osny

"The Brook at Osny," an oil painting on canvas by Camille Pissarro, executed in 1883, epitomizes the Impressionist movement. Measuring 65 x 54 cm, the artwork belongs to the landscape genre and currently resides in a private collection. The artwork captures a serene rural scene with a gently flowing brook flanked by a verdant landscape. Amidst the lush greenery, a figure is seen actively engaging with the brook, enhancing the sense of daily life and tranquility. The depiction of the rustic buildings in the background, along with the careful attention to natural light and texture, highlights Pissarro's mastery in rendering the serene, everyday beauty of the French countryside.

665. The cabage place at Pontoise

The cabage place at Pontoise

"The Cabbage Place at Pontoise," created in 1882 by Camille Pissarro, stands as a fine exemplar of the Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism movements. Rendered in oil on canvas, this landscape painting captures a serene rural scene with meticulously detailed fields, trees, and rustic buildings, imbued with textured, dot-like brushstrokes that characterize the Neo-Impressionist technique. The artwork is housed in a private collection, reflecting Pissarro's adept skill in capturing the subtleties of light and color in the natural environment.

666. The Cabbage Field, Pontoise

The Cabbage Field, Pontoise

"The Cabbage Field, Pontoise," created in 1873 by the renowned Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro, is an evocative landscape rendered in oil on canvas and measuring 60 by 80 cm. Currently housed in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain, the artwork exemplifies the Impressionist movement's focus on capturing the transient effects of light and atmosphere. The scene depicts a serene rural setting where sparse cabbage plants push through the soil, flanked by bare trees and dense foliage that recedes into the background. The muted tones and dappled light create a tranquil and contemplative mood, offering a vivid glimpse into the pastoral life of 19th-century France.

667. The cabbage of Pontoise

The cabbage of Pontoise

"The Cabbage of Pontoise," a genre painting executed in 1882 by Camille Pissarro, is an exemplary work of the Impressionist movement. This oil on canvas, currently held in a private collection, depicts a serene rural scene near Pontoise. In the foreground, a farmer tends to cabbages amidst the dappled light filtering through a dense array of trees. The background showcases a patchwork of fields and hills, rendered in Pissarro's characteristic loose brushwork and subtle, naturalistic color palette. The artwork captures the tranquility and daily rhythms of agrarian life, emphasizing the harmonious relationship between humanity and nature.

668. The Carrier at Hermitage, Pontoise

The Carrier at Hermitage, Pontoise

"The Carrier at Hermitage, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1877, is an oil painting on canvas representative of the Impressionist movement and classified as a genre painting. This artwork, currently held in a private collection, depicts a serene rural scene with a lone figure navigating the natural landscape. Dominated by earthy tones and textured brushstrokes, the artwork captures the subtle interplay of light and shadow, characteristic of Pissarro’s style. The subject, presumably involved in daily labor, reflects the simplicity and quiet beauty of rural life, a common theme in Impressionist works.

669. The Carrousel, Afternoon

The Carrousel, Afternoon

"The Carrousel, Afternoon," created by Camille Pissarro in 1899, is an oil on canvas cityscape painting that exemplifies the Impressionism movement. Measuring 54 by 65 cm, this artwork captures an enchanting city scene bathed in the soft light of afternoon. Demonstrating Pissarro's adept use of light and color, the painting portrays the tranquil aura of an urban park juxtaposed against the grandeur of architectural structures. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork is a testament to Pissarro's mastery in rendering serene moments within bustling city environments.

670. The Carrousel, Autumn, Morning

The Carrousel, Autumn, Morning

The artwork, titled "The Carrousel, Autumn, Morning," is an oil on canvas piece created by Camille Pissarro in 1899. This Impressionist cityscape measures 73 by 92 centimeters and is currently held in a private collection. The painting captures a serene morning scene in a city during autumn, showcasing a combination of structured architecture and lush greenery. Dappled with soft, diffused light, it exemplifies the Impressionist movement's focus on the effects of light and atmosphere. The horizon is lined with stately buildings, while the foreground depicts a park-like setting with people walking, enveloped in a tranquil, muted palette reflective of the season and time of day.

671. The Carrousel, Grey Weather

The Carrousel, Grey Weather

"The Carrousel, Grey Weather," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1899, is an evocative oil-on-canvas cityscape showcasing the artist's Impressionist style. Measuring 54 x 65 cm, the artwork captures an urban landscape under grey, overcast skies, characterizing the atmospheric qualities and transient light typical of the Impressionism movement. With subtle brushstrokes and a muted color palette, Pissarro renders a vivid scene of city life, depicting architectural structures and a park area bustling with carriages and pedestrians. This notable piece is part of a private collection, adding to its exclusivity and historical value.

672. The Chou Quarries, Pontoise

The Chou Quarries, Pontoise

"The Chou Quarries, Pontoise," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 54.3 x 65.4 cm. This genre painting, rendered in the Impressionist style, depicts a serene rural landscape with delicately applied brushstrokes that capture the natural light and subtle textures of the scene. The artwork portrays a figure in the foreground amidst a quarry setting with rugged terrain, sparse trees, and a distant view of pastoral fields, exuding tranquility and a harmonious connection with nature. This splendid piece currently resides in a private collection.

673. The Maidservant

The Maidservant

The artwork titled "The Maidservant," created by Camille Pissarro in 1875, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Realism art movement and falls under the portrait genre. Currently housed at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, VA, US, the artwork portrays a maidservant engaged in her duties, depicted with meticulous attention to detail reflective of the Realist style. The painting captures the simplicity and dignity of the maidservant, with vibrant colors and lifelike textures emphasizing her role and environment.

674. The Malaquais Quay in the Morning, Sunny Weather

The Malaquais Quay in the Morning, Sunny Weather

"The Malaquais Quay in the Morning, Sunny Weather," crafted by Camille Pissarro in 1903, exemplifies the Impressionist movement and is rendered in oil on canvas. This cityscape, measuring 41 x 33 cm, depicts a bustling urban scene bathed in morning sunlight, capturing the essence of daily life by the Malaquais Quay. The artwork resides in a private collection, showcasing Pissarro's adept use of light and color to convey the vibrant atmosphere of the city under a sunny sky. The composition is characterized by its dynamic brushstrokes and vivid portrayal of light, which are hallmarks of the Impressionist style.

675. The Market

The Market

"The Market," created circa 1883 by Camille Pissarro, is a genre painting that belongs to the Impressionism art movement. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork vividly captures a bustling market scene with expressive brushstrokes and a vibrant palette. It features various market-goers engaged in animated conversation as they navigate the crowded stalls. The loose, yet intricate technique employed by Pissarro conveys the lively atmosphere and dynamic interactions typical of such communal gatherings. The artwork exemplifies the Impressionist focus on everyday life and the transient effects of light and color.

676. The Market at Gisors

The Market at Gisors

"The Market at Gisors," created by Camille Pissarro in 1899, is an exemplary piece of Impressionist genre painting executed on canvas using tempera. The artwork, now held in a private collection, vividly portrays a bustling market scene in Gisors with a myriad of figures depicted in dynamic interaction around stalls of fresh produce. The crowded composition and loose brushwork capture the vibrancy and communal atmosphere of the marketplace, characteristic of Pissarro's style and the Impressionist movement’s emphasis on capturing fleeting moments of everyday life.

677. The Market in Gisors

The Market in Gisors

The artwork, titled "The Market in Gisors" and painted by Camille Pissarro in 1887, exemplifies the Impressionist movement and falls under the genre of genre painting. The piece depicts a bustling market scene in Gisors, characterized by its lively atmosphere and meticulous attention to detail. The artist's Impressionist style is evident in the loose brushstrokes and vibrant use of color, which capture the play of light and shadow under the shade of tall trees. The market-goers, depicted in period attire, are engaged in various activities, lending a sense of communal interaction and daily life to the composition.

678. The Market Surrounding the Church of Saint-Jacques, Dieppe

The Market Surrounding the Church of Saint-Jacques, Dieppe

"The Market Surrounding the Church of Saint-Jacques, Dieppe" is an oil on canvas cityscape painted by Camille Pissarro in 1901. This notable work from the Impressionist movement captures a bustling marketplace scene set against the architectural backdrop of the Church of Saint-Jacques in Dieppe. The artwork, measuring 73 by 91 centimeters, showcases Pissarro's adept use of light and color to depict the vibrancy and activity of urban life. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork is a vivid representation of early 20th-century urbanity and social interaction.

679. The Marne at Chennevieres

The Marne at Chennevieres

"The Marne at Chennevières," created by Camille Pissarro between 1864 and 1865, is an oil on canvas landscape painting measuring 91.5 by 145.5 cm. This work, associated with the Realism movement, vividly captures a serene riverside scene at Chennevières, effectively portraying the natural beauty of the countryside with meticulous attention to detail and the tranquility of rural life. The artwork is currently housed in the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh, UK.

680. The Meadow at Eragny

The Meadow at Eragny

The artwork titled "The Meadow at Eragny" was painted by Camille Pissarro in 1894 using oil on canvas. This piece, characterized by its Impressionist style, depicts a serene landscape. Measuring 64.5 by 81.3 centimeters, the painting captures the tranquility of rural life with delicate brushstrokes and a vibrant color palette. The scene portrays an expansive meadow with scattered trees, a figure walking along a path, and a distant view of buildings under an overcast sky. This work is housed at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma, United States.

681. The Mill at La Roche Goyon

The Mill at La Roche Goyon

"The Mill at La Roche Goyon," by Camille Pissarro, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Realism art movement and represents the landscape genre. This artwork, held in a private collection, captivates the observer with its masterful depiction of a mill nestled among trees, with muted colors and intricate detailing. Pissarro's use of light and shadow skillfully evokes the serene yet dynamic essence of the natural scene, highlighting his exceptional ability to portray the subtleties of rural life.

682. The Moret Bridge

The Moret Bridge

"The Moret Bridge," an oil on canvas landscape painting created in 1888 by Camille Pissarro, exemplifies Impressionism, depicting a serene riverside scene. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, captures the essence of natural beauty with its depiction of trees, water, and a stone bridge. Pissarro's technique conveys an ephemeral quality, highlighting the ever-changing light and atmosphere that is characteristic of the Impressionist movement. The brushstrokes and color palette enhance the tranquil, pastoral setting, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the peacefulness of the depicted landscape.

683. The Tedder

The Tedder
  • Artwork Name: The Tedder
  • Year: 1884
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Tedder," crafted by Camille Pissarro in 1884 using oil on canvas, is an exemplar of Impressionism within the genre painting category. The artwork resides in a private collection and depicts a pastoral scene of a woman standing in a field, leaning on a stick, with a young child nearby. The painter employs a rich palette, characterized by vibrant and textured brushstrokes, to capture the essence of rural life and the natural environment. The serene countryside background, dotted with grazing animals and lush foliage, exemplifies Pissarro's mastery in rendering light and atmosphere.

684. The Tedders

The Tedders
  • Artwork Name: The Tedders
  • Year: c.1880 - c.1881
  • Medium: charcoal,paper
  • Dimensions: 60 x 46 cm

The artwork titled "The Tedders," created by Camille Pissarro circa 1880 to 1881, is an impressionist genre painting rendered in charcoal on paper, measuring 60 by 46 centimeters. This piece exemplifies the artist's dedication to portraying everyday rural labor through the impressionist lens, emphasizing natural lighting and casual poses. The scene depicts two women engaged in the laborious task of turning hay in a field, captured with a deft use of charcoal that illustrates both the figures' movements and the pastoral setting with delicate, expressive strokes.

685. The Tedders

The Tedders

The artwork titled "The Tedders," created by Camille Pissarro, is a watercolor painting on paper categorized under the Impressionism art movement and fits into the genre painting category. Displaying a bucolic scene of rural life, the painting captures the essence of agricultural labor with a touch of vibrancy and spontaneity characteristic of Pissarro's work. Fluid brushstrokes and a delicate interplay of colors bring to life the figures of women working in the fields, set against a backdrop of expansive countryside. This piece is currently housed in a private collection.

686. The Telegraph Tower at Montmartre

The Telegraph Tower at Montmartre

"The Telegraph Tower at Montmartre," created by Camille Pissarro in 1863, is an oil painting on canvas that embodies the attributes of the Realism art movement. This cityscape, currently housed in a private collection, captures the scenic view of a telegraph tower situated amidst the idyllic surroundings of Montmartre. The artwork exhibits Pissarro's meticulous attention to detail and his ability to portray the serene and bucolic aspects of urban life, reflecting the essence of 19th-century cityscapes with its soft, yet precise, brushstrokes and a harmonious blend of natural and architectural elements.

687. The Thaw, Eragny

The Thaw, Eragny
  • Artwork Name: The Thaw, Eragny
  • Year: 1893
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 54.9 x 46 cm

"The Thaw, Eragny," created in 1893 by the esteemed Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 54.9 by 46 centimeters. This landscape artwork, currently housed in a private collection, exemplifies Pissarro's adept application of the Impressionist technique, characterized by short, visible brushstrokes that effectively convey the essence of a transient moment. The artwork depicts a serene winter scene in the village of Eragny, capturing the delicate beauty of a snow-covered landscape as it begins to thaw, with barren trees and colorful undertones evoking a sense of calm and quiet transformation in nature.

688. The Train, Bedford Park

The Train, Bedford Park

"The Train, Bedford Park," painted by Camille Pissarro in 1897, is a notable oil on canvas masterpiece that belongs to the Impressionism movement and embodies the landscape genre. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork vividly captures a scenic view of a train traversing through the lush greenery of Bedford Park. With dynamic brushstrokes and a keen eye for the effects of natural light, Pissarro encapsulates the essence of a tranquil yet industrious landscape, characteristic of the Impressionist emphasis on capturing the fleeting moments of everyday life.

689. The Treasury and the Academy, Gray Weather

The Treasury and the Academy, Gray Weather

"The Treasury and the Academy, Gray Weather," an oil on canvas cityscape created in 1903 by artist Camille Pissarro, measures 46 x 38 cm and belongs to the Impressionism art movement. This artwork captures a city scene under overcast skies, marked by Pissarro's characteristic loose brushstrokes and a muted color palette that conveys the somber mood of the grey weather. The composition includes various urban elements such as buildings, trees, and human figures, illustrating a subtle yet dynamic interaction between the natural and built environments. Presently, this piece is part of a private collection.

690. The Tuileries and the Louvre

The Tuileries and the Louvre

The artwork titled "The Tuileries and the Louvre," created by Camille Pissarro in 1900, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Impressionism art movement and fits within the cityscape genre. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork portrays a tranquil view of the Tuileries Gardens with the Louvre in the background. Pissarro's delicate brushwork and the soft interplay of light and color capture the serene atmosphere of the scene, characteristic of the Impressionist style. The composition is imbued with a sense of calm and timelessness, reflecting Pissarro's mastery in depicting urban landscapes.

691. The Tuileries Gardens

The Tuileries Gardens

"The Tuileries Gardens," an oil on canvas painting by Camille Pissarro created in 1900, is a hallmark of the Impressionist movement. Measuring 73 by 92 centimeters, the artwork features a cityscape genre, portraying the expansive gardens with a delicate interplay of light and color. The scene captures a serene and atmospheric view of the Tuileries Gardens, with subtle hues and soft brushstrokes that emphasize the tranquil urban landscape. This masterpiece is housed in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, UK.

692. The Tuileries Gardens 2

The Tuileries Gardens 2

"The Tuileries Gardens 2," created by the renowned artist Camille Pissarro in 1900, is an evocative oil painting on canvas, belonging to the Impressionism movement. This cityscape artwork, housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, captures the serene and expansive beauty of the Tuileries Gardens in Paris. Pissarro masterfully depicts the interplay of light and shadow, with a pastel-hued sky casting a gentle glow over the meticulously arranged pathways and verdant plots. The diminutive figures of people strolling through the gardens lend a sense of scale and vibrancy to the scene, characteristic of his Impressionist style.

693. Young Peasant at Her Toilette

Young Peasant at Her Toilette

"Young Peasant at Her Toilette," created in 1888 by Camille Pissarro, is a portrait embodying the art movements of Pointillism and Neo-Impressionism. Rendered with meticulous dots and strokes, the artwork captures a young peasant woman in a serene, intimate moment, adjusting her hair before a modest mirror. The scene is infused with vibrant, yet harmonious colors that intricately blend, showcasing Pissarro's mastery in melding light, texture, and everyday life. Currently held in a private collection, this piece epitomizes the artist's dedication to portraying the quiet grace of rural existence.

694. Young Woman and Child at the Well

Young Woman and Child at the Well

The artwork, titled "Young Woman and Child at the Well," created by Camille Pissarro in 1882, employs oil on canvas as its medium and falls within the Impressionism movement. This portrait, measuring 81.5 by 66.4 centimeters, is housed in the Art Institute of Chicago, located in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The artwork depicts a serene rural scene featuring a young woman and a child positioned near a well, surrounded by verdant fields and distant cottages, capturing a moment of tranquil everyday life with a vibrant and textured palette characteristic of Impressionist techniques.

695. Young Woman Bathing Her Feet (also known as The Foot Bath)