Pissarro believed that 'Everything is suitable for drawing, everything!' He was true to his word when he painted this factory. Pissarro didn't care much for industrialisation. He did not see the future of mankind in factories, but rather on the countryside. He mainly painted landscapes, sometimes in situ, as is the case here.
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|Title||L'Oise à Pontoise au temps gris|
|Material and technique||Oil on canvas|
Painting > Painting > Two-dimensional object > Art object
|Location||This object is in storage|
Width 64 cm
Height Error: 53,5 is not a valid BCD value cm
|Accession number||St 91|
|Credits||Loan Stichting Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Gift Mrs. E.Y. van Beek-van Hoorn Janssen, 1951|
|Creation date||in 1876|
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Canvas > Worked fibres > Fibre > Vegetable material > Organic material > Material > Material and technique
|Geographical origin||France > Western Europe > Europe|
All about the artist
Charlotte Amalie 1830 - Parijs 1903
Camille Pissarro was born on the island of Saint Thomas, one of today's Virgin Islands. In 1854 Pissarro settled in Paris. He worked in a number of studios and...Bekijk het volledige profiel