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Daubigny

Charles Fran?ois . 1817--78, French landscape painter associated with the Barbizon School
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The artists on display include Courbet and Boudin, neither of whom considered himself to be an Impressionist; Eugene Isabey (son of a famous miniaturist) thirty-seven years older than Monet, and a follower of Delacroix; Daubigny and the Dutchman Johan Jongkind, who worked independently with Millet at Barbizon, a village in the Forest of Fontainebleau.
Official visit by Mrs Danuta Hubner to Brittany (France): visit of projects supported by regional policy in Ploufragan; meetings with the Prefect of the Brittany Region, Mr Jean DAUBIGNY and the President of the Regional Council, Mr Jean-Yves Le Drian
Emerging in the 1830s, these artists--including Charles Francois Daubigny and Jean-Francois Millet--shared a devotion to nature, and strove to convey their sense of an idealized natural world, in the face of the rapidly encroaching industrial age.
A crusty, creamy Daubigny seascape set a new standard for the painter, more than holding its own with a much smaller, but no less intense Courbet of the much-painted cliffs near Etretat.
The second in a trilogy of themed exhibitions (following Mountain in 1999) looks at ways in which artists have responded to the sea, from Daubigny, Stanhope-Forbes and Alfred Wallis to contemporary artists including Tania Kovats, Mariele Neudecker and Mike Marshall.
Hacia el poblado de Barbizon, unos sesenta pintores sobre todo paisajistas, retrataron a la naturaleza, siguiendo la rutina de Daubigny, entre ellos Millet.
The more important Barbizon artists were Theodore Rousseau, Camille Corot, Charles Daubigny, Narcisse Diaz and Jules Dupre.
It also includes works by his contemporaries, Monet, Courbet Jogkind, Daubigny and Corot.
Esta exposicion consta de 51 obras, entre las cuales se encuentran tres de Eugene Boudin, una de Jean Baptiste Camille titulada La Soledad Recuerdo de Vigen, Limousin, (1866)", dos de Charles Francoise Daubigny, una de Johan Barthold Jongkind y otra de Theodore Rousseau.
This is the comfortable precinct of a successful artist, Daubigny, whose wife is standing beside the garden furniture.
Corot and Millet are often linked to the school, but the principal figures were Theodore Rousseau (1812 - 67) and Charles Francois Daubigny (1817 - 78), who advocated the direct observation of nature and clear depictions of natural scenes.
In this case, the 'inspiring' is being done by Charles-Frangois Daubigny (1817-78), whose landscapes were derided as mere 'first impressions' as far back as 1861, and whose influence on Monet, Pissarro, Sisley, and even Van Gogh the exhibition traces.