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Pissarro

Camille . 1830--1903, French impressionist painter, esp of landscapes
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By following Rachel for decades and observing her through the eyes of her son, Camille, who would grow into the renowned painter Camille Pissarro, Hoffman shows that things and people are rarely as simple as we might like them to be.
Pissarro generously and rightly credits the indispensable research by Hiroko Ikegami on the 1964 tour by the Cunningham dance company (in which Cage and Rauschenberg famously participated), an event that built out the European Fluxus embrace of the composer's work into one of the first networks of globalized art.
Among its residents were the poet WB Yeats and painter Camille Pissarro.
For the first time--and perhaps the only time--one of the finest collections of Impressionist works in North America will be displayed in a Canadian exclusive at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal will be the sole Canadian venue for this historic tour, which will travel from Europe to Asia during expansion work at the prestigious Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, Chosen for their exceptional quality, 74 paintings by Bonnard, Corot, Degas, Gauguin, Manet, Millet, Monet, Morisot, Pissarro, Sisley, and Toulouse-Lautrec, including a selection of 21 outstanding canvases by Renoir, and the Degas sculpture Little Dancer Aged Fourteen (on view exclusively in Montreal) will be shown at the MMFA.
The works by Van Gogh, Degas and Pissarro fetched a combined EUR16,466,000 on Tuesday night - more than double their pre-sale estimate of EUR7.
A youthful self-portrait by Edgar Degas and a large-scale landscape by Claude Pissarro were also sold for 1.
An important work by one of the grand masters of impressionism -- Camille Pissarro -- will also be included in the auction.
The exhibition offers a groundbreaking perspective on Camille Pissarro, the painter and printmaker best known for his large body of landscapes and urban views.
Here, Waldemar Januszczak begins a four-part series by exploring the work of Impressionists like Pissarro, Monet, Renoir and Bazille enabled them to challenge conventions in the most extraordinary way.
Critic Waldemar Januszczak studies the achievements of painters associated with the art movement, beginning by delving into the work of four of the most influential artists - Pissarro, Monet, Renoir and Bazille.
MUCH fanfare has surrounded the new art exhibition at The Walker, Ed Vaizey even gave the opening speech at a private viewing of A Collector's Eye: Cranach to Pissarro last week.
The painting, which is on long-term loan from a private collection, will hang among a contingent of French landscapes and seascapes by the Impressionists and their forerunners, such as Monet, Pissarro, Boudin and Courbet.