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Paysage de la Creuse(191 views)
Description: Guillaumin exhibited in not just the first Impressionist exhibition in 1874, but also the most subsequent exhibitions of any of the Impressionists. He is credited with influencing the rise of the Fauvist movement, and this incredible landscape is an exceptional example of the reason. This painting was formally in the collection of a Baroness, and is housed in a period 22k gold leaf frame measruing 32 x 36 inches.
Provenance: Ruth Salzman, Paris; collection of Baroness Elisabeth Von Knapitsch, acquired on May 15, 1965
Dimensions: 23.5 x 28.25 inches
Artist or Maker: Armand Guillaumin
Medium: oil on canvas
Date: c. 1906