Oil Paintings of Pissarro
Although time has not seen Camille Pissarro's fame rise to that of other great masters and he is not well-known among the general public, Pissarro was the most renowned artist of his time on the Parisian scene between 1870 and 1880. He was considered to be "revolutionary" and the "father of impressionism" by distinguished painters such as Paul Cezanne, Claude Monet, and Alfred Sisley.
The paintings of Pissarro capture the impressionist style in a very pure way featuring: depth, an image constructed using visible brush strokes, the use of vibration in color and a meticulous study of natural light. His work consists mostly of clear, open landscapes.
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