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Charles Francois Daubigny Gallery

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Choose from 69 pictures in our Charles Francois Daubigny collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Villerville Seen from Le Ratier, 1855. Creator: Charles Francois Daubigny (French, 1817-1878) Featured Print

Villerville Seen from Le Ratier, 1855. Creator: Charles Francois Daubigny (French, 1817-1878)

Villerville Seen from Le Ratier, 1855. The town of Villerville on the Normandy coast appears just to the right of center in this expansive landscape by Daubigny, a pioneer of outdoor painting and a major influence on Claude Monet and the Impressionists. Daubigny introduced a new kind of natural landscape based on outdoor studies of light, water, and atmospheric conditions. Here, streaks of bright light along the horizon set off the dark masses of the rocky shore in the foreground

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The Shepherd and the Shepherdess, 1874. Creator: Charles Francois Daubigny (French Featured Print

The Shepherd and the Shepherdess, 1874. Creator: Charles Francois Daubigny (French

The Shepherd and the Shepherdess, 1874. Although etching had fallen into disfavor in France, Daubigny began to produce original etchings in the 1840s. The revival of this technique began to accelerate, and in 1862 the Societe des Aquafortistes (Society of Etchers) was organized by Alfred Cadart, who was instrumental in publishing many albums of prints. In addition, periodicals such as LArtiste (The Artist) included original etchings, which also helped to generate interest in the medium. The countryside around Barbizon (a village about 30 miles southeast of Paris) provided a refuge from the urbanization and industrialization of modern life and offered landscape etchers a vast array of scenery--from wild forest to rocky gorges. Daubigny, who wanted to retain the immediacy of the direct observation of nature, used a flat-bottomed boat as a floating studio on the rivers of France in order to capture the momentary effects of light and atmosphere

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The Boat Trip: Moving into Le Botin (The Ships Furnishings) or Moving to the Boat Featured Print

The Boat Trip: Moving into Le Botin (The Ships Furnishings) or Moving to the Boat

The Boat Trip: Moving into "Le Botin" (The Ship's Furnishings) or Moving to the Boat, 1861

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1817 1878, 19th Century, Charles Francois Daubigny, Charles François Daubigny French, Etching With Chine Collé, France, French, Heritage Art, Portfolio, The Cleveland Museum Of Art