Pissarro, landscape, vision, and tradition

DeLue, Rachael Ziady
December 1998
Art Bulletin;Dec98, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p718
Academic Journal
Discusses the landscape paintings of Camille Pissarro. Speculations on the reason Pissarro turned away from landscape painting and toward figure painting; Relations between Emile Zola and Pissarro; Problems of critics with Pissarro.


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