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L'Inondation, 1875

Oil on panel
15 1/10 × 26 2/5 in
38.3 × 67 cm
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Stoppenbach & Delestre
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As an artist, Charles-François was committed to capturing nature as it was, captivated by its …

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As an artist, Charles-François was committed to capturing nature as it was, captivated by its variations and changes, he will chronicle a new form of approach to landscape painting.
We can credit the artist for pioneering the “impression” painting, which will be later on thoroughly
investigated by Claude Monet.
The …

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Signed and dated lower left
Charles François Daubigny
French , 1817–1878
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Charles François Daubigny was a landscape painter who believed in painting strictly from …

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Charles François Daubigny was a landscape painter who believed in painting strictly from observation and gave importance to the depiction of natural light. He first studied with his father, classical landscape painter Edmond François Daubigny, before continuing his studies with Paul Delaroche. Above all, Daubigny …

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As an artist, Charles-François was committed to capturing nature as it was, captivated by its …

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As an artist, Charles-François was committed to capturing nature as it was, captivated by its variations and changes, he will chronicle a new form of approach to landscape painting.
We can credit the artist for pioneering the “impression” painting, which will be later on thoroughly
investigated by Claude Monet.
The …

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Signature
Signed and dated lower left
Charles François Daubigny
French , 1817–1878
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Charles François Daubigny was a landscape painter who believed in painting strictly from …

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Charles François Daubigny was a landscape painter who believed in painting strictly from observation and gave importance to the depiction of natural light. He first studied with his father, classical landscape painter Edmond François Daubigny, before continuing his studies with Paul Delaroche. Above all, Daubigny …

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L'Inondation, 1875

Oil on panel
15 1/10 × 26 2/5 in
38.3 × 67 cm
This is a unique work.
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