Nicolae Grigorescu Painting

Nicolae Grigorescu (1838 –1907) was a painter who was instrumental in the development of modern Romanian painting. In 1861, he moved from Romania to Paris with the help of a scholarship and was able to study at the École des Beaux-Arts. While studying abroad, he was exposed to the Impressionist movement and began adopting the style into his own paintings. Eventually Grigorescu brought this knowledge back with him to his home country, however he continued to travel and show his paintings throughout Europe.

Paintings by Nicolae Grigorescu in Chronological Order:

     
Peasant Woman from Muscel, 1874 Columbine in Green, 1873-1874 Smârdan Attack, 1878
Andreescu at Barbizon, 1880 Woman on the Seashore, 1881 Fishermen in Grandville, 1884
Girls Working by the Gate, 1885 Cheerful Peasant Woman, 1894 Oxcart, 1899
Peasant Woman Head, 1905 Dorobanțul Girl With Yellow Headscarf
The Little Girl with Red Headscarf Giri with White Veil The Blower
May Lillies On a Peak Portrait of Alexandrina Filionescu
Laundrywoman in Brittany Wild Roses Breton beggar
Case la vitre Catholic Church in Cimpulung Catinca
Clearing Back Fairground in Sinaia Farmhouse Yard
French peasant woman with a bag on her back Girl in the mirror Guardian of Chailly
Hard road Head of a Young Farmer Hora
Jew with goose Mountaineer Peasant Sewing by the Window
Peasant Woman with Pitcher Portrait of a Girl Returning from the fair
Self Portrait Still Life with Fruit Turkish prisoners
Two Drunks Girl With Red Beads The Spring (Detail)

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