The stable composition based on horizontals and the lively brushwork of the foliage show reverence for Corot, whom Pissarro cited as his teacher. This canvas's rather somber tones, typical of Barbizon painting, were replaced by a brighter palette in the 1870s when Pissarro embraced Impressionism. Read more...
- 11-3/16 x 17-3/8 in.
- Oil on canvas
- Public Domain, Courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art
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