Lucien Pissarro

Lucien Pissarro

Lucien Pissarro (1863—1944) was a Neo-Impressionist painter mainly concerned with landscapes.

Lucien Pissarro Summary

  • Born in Paris; died in Hewood, Dorset
  • Son of Camille Pissarro, from whom he received his artistic education
  • Exhibited at the last Impressionist exhibition, that of 1886
  • Lived in England from the 1880s onwards, in Epping and Stamford Brook
  • Contributed to Les XX, The Dial magazine, and the New English Art Club
  • Painted mainly landscapes but was also a printmaker and designer

Lucien Pissarro’s Famous Paintings

  • View over the Estuary, Harfleur (1903)
  • Wells Farm Railway Bridge (1907)
  • Blossom, Sun and Mist, Chipperfield, Hertfordshire (1914)
  • The Cottage Garden, Fishpond (1915)
  • Hastings: Mist, Sun and Smoke (1918)
  • The Pagoda, Kew (1919)
  • Mme Camille Pissarro (1923)
  • Un coin du village, La Frette, France (1924)
  • My Studio Garden (1938)
  • A Muddy Lane, Hewood, Dorset (1940)

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