Armand Guillaumin

Armand Guillaumin

Armand Guillaumin (1841—1927) was an artist and member of the French Impressionist circle.

Armand Guillaumin Summary

  • Born in Paris and died in its periphery, in Orly
  • Met Paul Cézanne and Camille Pissarro as a student at the Académie Suisse
  • Worked as a railway official until he decided to pursue a career in art
  • Influenced Paul Cézanne’s early paintings with his etchings of nature
  • Exhibited at the Salon des Refusés in 1863 and then in six of the eight Impressionist exhibitions
  • Particularly noted as a landscapist of the Crozant region in central France

Armand Guillaumin’s Famous Paintings

  • The Seine (1867)
  • Landscape (1870)
  • View of the Seine (1871)
  • Sunset at Ivry (1873)
  • La Place Valhubert (1875)
  • River Scene (c. 1890)
  • The Haystacks (c. 1895)
  • Agay (c. 1901)
  • Landscape with Ruins (1897)
  • Snowy Landscape in Crozant (undated)

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