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Charles Francois Daubigny

Charles Francois Daubigny Landscape at Gylieu oil painting on canvas
Landscape at Gylieu
Painting ID::  33879
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Charles Francois Daubigny Landscape at Gylieu oil painting on canvas



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  Charles Francois Daubigny
  b Feb. 15, 1817, Paris, France d.Feb. 19, 1878, Paris French 78, French landscape painter. He went to Italy early in life and later studied in Paris with Paul Delaroche. Although usually classed with the Barbizon school, he never lived in Barbizon. His last 30 years were spent largely in his houseboat on the Seine and the Oise, and he is best known for his pictures of the banks of those rivers. He was particularly successful in his atmospheric depiction of dawn, twilight, and moonlight. His later pictures are handled with great breadth. Monet and Boudin were especially attentive to his work. Daubigny is well represented in the Louvre, the Mesdag Museum (The Hague), the National Gallery (London), and the Metropolitan Museum. Characteristic are his Return of the Flock??Moonlight, Banks of the Oise, and Moonlight. His son Karl Pierre Daubigny, 1846?C86, painted in his father manner.
  Landscape at Gylieu
  mk87 1853 Oil on canvas 62.2x99.7cm Cincinnati,Cincinnati Art

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