Woman Washing Her Feet in a Brook  1894

by Camille Pissarro

Like many Impressionists, Pissarro experienced a deep artistic crisis in the mid-1880s. It led him to adopt the Neo-Impressionist color theory and brushwork of Georges Seurat, but within five years Pissarro abandoned the dotted technique as too laborious. This canvas, one of three devoted to the subject of a woman by a stream, was executed after Pissarro returned to Impres...
13-1/8 x 16-1/4 in
Oil on canvas
Public Domain, Courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art