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Charles-François Daubigny

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Daubigny Painting - View On The Oise by Charles-Francois Daubigny

View On The Oise

Daubigny Painting - St Paul's From The Surrey Side by Charles-Francois Daubigny

St Paul's From The Surrey Side

Daubigny Painting - Banks Of The Seine by Charles-Francois Daubigny

Banks Of The Seine

Daubigny Painting - The Ponds Of Gylieu by Charles-Francois Daubigny

The Ponds Of Gylieu

Daubigny Painting - Harvest by Charles-Francois Daubigny

Harvest

Honoré Daumier

Alders

Landscape with Cattle by a Stream

River Scene with Ducks

The Garden Wall

View on the Oise

Willows

Mill

Solitude

Evening

Boats on the Oise

The farm

The morning

The confluence of the Seine and Oise

The Banks of the Oise

Sunset on the Oise

Banks of the Oise

Around Villerville

Illustrations

Apple Trees at Auvers

Brook in Valmondois

Tree with Crows

At night

View at Bas- Meudon

Countryside at Subiaco

Notre-Dame of Paris

View of Subiaco

Castel Gélos

The study room of Monsieur Thiers

The studio boat in Conflans

The bushes

The house of Monsieur Thiers

The haymaking

The chicken and its chicks

The pig in an orchard

The valley of San Juan del Oro

The Eagle's Nest

The creek in the clearing

The burning of the farm

The burning of the farm

The donkey at the Trough

The donkey in the meadow

The river in the park

Spring

The chamois hunter

The autumn

The autumn

The cart with the condemned

The market at the Temple

The monk

The orchard

The orchard

The path in the cornfield

The Shower

The Satyr

The sunbeam

The beach of Villerville

The Swamp

The Winter garden

The Bathers

The Bridge

The threshing machine

The alder

The ferry

The ferry from Bezons

The ford

The ford

The deer

The deer on the shore

The deer on the shore

The deer on the shore

The dogs guard

The Virgin Islands of Bezons

The Church of Sainte- Amélie-aux-Places

The small rider

The herd of cows

The pack horses

The arbor

The mill

The mill

The pension of Madame Dautel

The rolling carts

The Return of the Herd

The ruins of the castle of Crémieux

The Seine at Port- Maurin

The potions

The banks of the Furon

The surroundings of Choisy- le- Roi

The Vintage

The meadow of Graves at Villerville

The goatherd

Ducks in the swamp

The inauguration of the Triumph Column

Album du Voyage en bateau

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

»Album du Voyage en bateau«

Clipped pastures

Storm

Large sheep enclosure

Large sheep enclosure

Coming thunderstorm

Deer in the Wood

Shepherd and Shepherdess

St. Jerome

Huts on the shore

" Les Fables de Lachambeaudie "

»Les Fables de Lachambeaudie«

Illustration of Fourier's "social utopia"

Illustration to " Cinderella "

Illustration to " Bluebeard "

Illustration to " Thumbelina "

Illustration to " Donkey Skin "

Illustration to " Little Red Riding Hood "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

" Chants et chansons populaires "

In Argenteuil house to be rented

Small birds

Little Sheep enclosure

Cows at the watering

Cows in the swamp

Cows in the forest

Le Bon pauvre

Les bords du cousin

moon rising

Moonrise on the banks of the Oise

Moon rising in the valley of Andilly

plant study

Sunrise

Sunrise

Sunset

Study with five motifs

Pond with deer

Title vignette

Title vignette

Vignettes

Vignettes

Vignettes

Vignettes

Vignettes

business card

Full Moon in Valmondois

Vintage in Champlay

How the cities are born

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Featured Art - Boats on the Seacoast at Etaples by Charles-Francois Daubigny

Boats on the...

Charles-Francois Daubigny

Charles-François Daubigny. Atelier Nadar

Charles-François Daubigny (15 February 1817 – 19 February 1878) was one of the painters of the Barbizon school, and is considered an important precursor of Impressionism.

Biography

Daubigny was born in Paris, into a family of painters and was taught the art by his father Edmond François Daubigny and his uncle, miniaturist Pierre Daubigny.

Initially Daubigny painted in a traditional style, but this changed after 1843 when he settled in Barbizon to work outside in nature. Even more important was his meeting with Camille Corot in 1852 in Optevoz (Isère). On his famous boat Botin, which he had turned into a studio, he painted along the Seine and Oise, often in the region around Auvers. From 1852 onward he came under the influence of Gustave Courbet.

In 1866 Daubigny visited England, eventually returning because of the Franco-Prussian war in 1870. In London he met Claude Monet, and together they left for the Netherlands. Back in Auvers, he met Paul Cézanne, another important Impressionist. It is assumed that these younger painters were influenced by Daubigny.


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Daubigny's finest pictures were painted between 1864 and 1874, and these for the most part consist of carefully completed landscapes with trees, river and a few ducks. It has been said that when Daubigny liked his pictures he added another duck or two, so that the number of ducks often indicates greater or less artistic quality in his pictures. One of his sayings was, "The best pictures do not sell", as he frequently found his finest achievements little understood. Daubigny is chiefly preferred for his riverside pictures, of which he painted a great number, but although there are two large landscapes by Daubigny in the Louvre, neither is a river view. They are for that reason not so typical as many of his smaller Oise and Seine pictures.

His most ambitious canvases are Springtime (1857), in the Louvre; Borde de la Cure, Morvan (1864); Villerville sur Mer (1864); Moonlight (1865); Auvers-sur-Oise (1868); and Return of the Flock (1878). He was named by the French government as an Officer of the Legion of Honor.[1]

Daubigny died in Paris. His remains are interred at cimetière du Père-Lachaise (division 24). His followers and pupils included his son Karl (who sometimes painted so well that his works are occasionally mistaken for those of his father), Achille Oudinot, Hippolyte Camille Delpy, Albert Charpin and Pierre Emmanuel Damoye.

The Iconographic Encyclopaedia of the Arts and Scien: Sculpture and painting, 1887, page 138

References

This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Daubigny, Charles François". Encyclopædia Britannica 7 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 847.

External links
Charles-François Daubigny's Home-Studio - Maison-Atelier de DAUBIGNY Auvers-sur-Oise. Historical monument.
Charles-François Daubigny - Rehs Galleries' biography on the artist.
Charles-François Daubigny at Artcyclopedia
Banks of the Seine 1855, near Bezons, near Paris

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