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Twilight  1866

by Charles-François Daubigny

During the 1860s, Daubigny began regularly painting moonlight scenes, evoking a mood of melancholy that his biographer Frédéric Henriet attributed to his advancing age. He cruised up and down the Seine River in his studio-boat in search of subjects such as this view near the village of Andrésy. The picture was probably completed in the studio over several sessions and exhi...
H: 17 11/16 x W: 32 1/16 in. (45 x 81.5 cm)
oil on panel
Courtesy of the Walters Art Museum