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BOUDIN AT TROUVILLE. Vivien Hamilton et al. Burrell Collection, Glasgow Museums, 1992. Published in association with John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London. 160 pp. with 102 ills. (76 col.). 25 x 26 cm. ISBN 0719551722 In English.
Presents some 45 paintings and 20 drawings produced from the early 1860s to 1895 by Eugene Boudin (1824-1898), a prolific French artist whose plein-air techniques and atmospheric depictions of beach and harbor scenes in Trouville and other Normandy resort towns exerted a strong influence on early Impressionism. Fine reproductions of the featured works and illustrations of related paintings by predecessors and contemporaries of Boudin accompany a 14-part text that includes discussions of the appeal of Normandy to 19th-century artists, Boudin's relationships with such painters as Monet and Jongkind, his numerous renderings of fish markets, jetties and other scenes in the Trouville region, and the stylistic and thematic dichotomies in his oeuvre.
Artist(s):Boudin, Eugene
Indexing: Western, Europe — France — 1800-1900 — Painting
Plans: 01,06,07,13,15
Worldwide Number: 024069
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