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Charles-Francois Daubigny The Crossroads at the Eagle's Nest, Forest of Fontainebleau oil painting


The Crossroads at the Eagle's Nest, Forest of Fontainebleau
Painting ID::  10491
Charles-Francois Daubigny
The Crossroads at the Eagle's Nest, Forest of Fontainebleau
1844Oil on canvas

   
   
     

Charles-Francois Daubigny Sluice in the Optevoz Valley oil painting


Sluice in the Optevoz Valley
Painting ID::  10492
Charles-Francois Daubigny
Sluice in the Optevoz Valley
1854Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

   
   
     

Charles-Francois Daubigny The Water's Edge oil painting


The Water's Edge
Painting ID::  10493
Charles-Francois Daubigny
The Water's Edge
1856Oil on canvas Mount Holoyoke College Art Museum South Hadley, Massachusetts

   
   
     

Charles-Francois Daubigny The Water's Edge oil painting


The Water's Edge
Painting ID::  10494
Charles-Francois Daubigny
The Water's Edge
1856Oil on canvas Mount Holoyoke College Art Museum South Hadley, Massachusetts

   
   
     

Charles-Francois Daubigny Ferry at Glouton oil painting


Ferry at Glouton
Painting ID::  10495
Charles-Francois Daubigny
Ferry at Glouton
1859Oil on panel

   
   
     

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     Charles-Francois Daubigny
     French Barbizon School Painter, 1817-1878 was one of the painters of the Barbizon school, and is considered an important precursor of Impressionism. Daubigny was born into a family of painters and was taught the art by his father Edmond François Daubigny and his uncle, miniaturist Pierre Daubigny. Initially Daubigny painted in a traditional style, but this changed after 1843 when he settled in Barbizon to work outside in nature. Even more important was his meeting with Camille Corot in 1852 in Optevoz (Is??re). On his famous boat Botin, which he had turned into a studio, he painted along the Seine and Oise, often in the region around Auvers. From 1852 onward he came under the influence of Gustave Courbet. In 1866 Daubigny visited England, eventually returning because of the Franco-Prussian war in 1870. In London he met Claude Monet, and together they left for the Netherlands. Back in Auvers, he met Paul Cezanne, another important impressionist.

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