The World's Greatest Painters

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Camille Pissarro

The World's Greatest Painters
Camille PISSARRO is known as one of the fathers of Impressionism. Born in Saint-Thomas in 1830 in the West Indies, he arrived in Paris to study there during the year of the Universal Exhibition. Pissarro becomes famous with his scenes of Montmartre, the Louvre and the Tuileries. He is above all an impressionist then a neo-impressionist painter, he also paints scenes of rural life and landscapes. He had among others for pupils great artists like Paul Cézanne and Paul Gauguin. He shares his ideas with Paul Gauguin, with whom he will have more difficult relationship. Pissarro died on November 13, 1903 in Paris.

Duration : 52 mins

Producer : DOC EN STOCK

Production year : 2017

Production country : France