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Temps orageux au bord de la mer

Temps orageux au bord de la mer

Charles-François Daubigny (in 1874)

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Daubigny spent a large part of his life in Paris. In the summer, however, he left the big city and travelled to other regions of France. In 1854 he paid his first visit to the Normandy coast. He would return here frequently in the years following, particularly to the town of Villerville. The lead grey sky and muddy sea suggests that the painting 'Stormy weather on the coast' was painted on the Normandy coast.

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Title Temps orageux au bord de la mer
Material and technique Oil on canvas
Object type
Painting > Painting > Two-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is travelling
Dimensions Width 81 cm
Height 46.5 cm
Artists Schilder: Charles-François Daubigny
Accession number 2148 (MK)
Credits Schenking/ Donation: Collectie W. Palte 1940
Department Modern Art
Acquisition date 1941
Age artist About 57 years old
Geographical origin France > Western Europe > Europe

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Charles-François Daubigny

Parijs 1817 - Parijs 1878

Charles François Daubigny's father was a painter and his first teacher. After a trip through Italy in 1836, he worked for some time as caretaker in the Louvre...

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