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Camille PissarroPeaceful anarchist, advocate of the working man

Camille Pissarro was a French artist born on July 10, 1830. Pissarro contributed to the Impressionist movement and died on November 13, 1903.

"I remember that, although I was full of fervor, I didn't have the slightest inkling, even at forty, of the deeper side to the movement we were pursuing by instinct. It was in the air!"

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A Creek in St. Thomas (Virgin Islands)

1856

Two Women Chatting by the Sea, St Thomas

1856

Landscape in Montmorency — Sketch

1859

Jalais Hill, Pontoise

1867

L'Hermitage à Pontoise

1867

Still Life

1867

Street in Pontoise

1868

Louveciennes, Route de Saint-Germain

1871

Route de Versailles, Rocquencourt

1871

Still Life with Apples and Pitcher

1872

Still Life with Apples and Pears

1872

Self-portrait

1873

Portrait of Cézanne

1874

The Côte des Bœufs at L'Hermitage

1877

Red Roofs, Corner of a Village, Winter

1877

Portrait of Felix Pissarro

1881

It would be a long trip indeed if one stopped at every attractive town or village, at every beautiful motif —

My Dear Lucien

1883

The banks of the Viosne at Osny in grey weather, Winter

1883

L'Île Lacroix, Rouen

1888

The Gardener - Old Peasant with Cabbage

1883-1895

The Boulevard Montmartre on an Winter Morning

1897

The Boulevard Montmartre at Night

1897