In 1869, Pissarro had moved from Pontoise to Louveciennes. He lived at the foot of the Mansart aqueduct. He represented it here, closing...Read more
Jeanne Baudot (1877 - 1957) is the daughter of Renoir’s doctor and became the painter’s student. She created many paintings of Louveciennes, and...Read more
On this painting, the clarity of the sky accentuates the impression of cold contrasts with the brown tones of the ground that reinforces the light.
The half-slope farm shown on this painting was originally a forge for the maintenance of the machine de Marly under Louis XIV . By a series of diagonals:...Read more
On the left you can see the outhouses of the Château de Voisins, a village then separated from Louveciennes, where Pissarro often sought inspiration. Although...Read more
The Impressionists have readily painted tree perspectives. In 1895, when he executed this view from Louveciennes to Port-Marly, Renoir gained fame three...Read more
Struck by the majesty of the old aqueduct that led the water from the Seine to the Versailles Park, Sisley emphasizes its perspective in the manner of...Read more
When he paints this painting, Pissarro is in the period when he reveals himself the most purely impressionist, by the fragmented and flickering technique...Read more