Camille Pissarro Famous Paintings

Camille Pissarro (1830 – 1903) was a Danish-French painter who is most well known for his important contributions to the Impressionist and Post Impressionist movements. In 1855, young Pissarro moved to Paris where he studied at academic art schools. His art instructors and masters included Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Gustave Courbet, and Charles-François Daubigny. Pissarro painted alongside artists like Claude Monet and Pierre Auguste Renoir, their influence on one another is clear as they all began to gravitate towards the emerging style of Impressionism. Later in his career, Pissarro served as a mentor to Paul Cézanne and Paul Gauguin, both of whom spoke highly of him and his kindness. He is also one of the original artists who showed work in the first impressionist exhibition of 1874.

Paintings by Camille Pissarro in Chronological Order:

The Harvest of Hay in Eragny, 1887 Young Peasant at Her Toilette, 1888 Peasant Women Planting Stakes, 1891
The Port of Le Havre, 1903 - Camille Pissarro
Boulevard Montmartre Morning, Grey Weather, 1897 Place du Theatre Francais, 1898 The Port of Le Havre, 1903
Avenue de l”Opera, Place du Theatre Francais. Misty Boulevard Montmartre Spring Rain The Avenue de L”Opera, Paris, Sunlight, Winter Morning