This artwork is the officially approved image from Etats-Unis's The Toledo Museum of Art as part of the French Museum Collection (RMN). This collection, representing artwork from over 400 top European museums and private sources, honors the very best of the world’s curated original art by making these works available for the first time as museum-approved, high-quality giclee prints and canvas reproductions that can be personalized to suit any decorating style and vision.
French artist Camille Pissarro (1830 – 1903), known as the “Father of Impressionism,” saw a subject and its light source as inseparable. Pissarro’s work depicted both rural and urban French life, occasionally revealing his radical political beliefs. He mentored Paul Cézanne and Paul Gaugin when they were aspiring artists, and vastly contributed to Impressionist theory. Pissarro fought daunting criticism for most of his life, while trying to achieve validation for his revolutionary style. His works were eventually accepted, and now command millions of dollars.