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The Jetty at High Tide, Trouville - Eugene Louis Boudin - Framed art Print

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  • Framed French Impressionism art print (50 x 42 cm) by Eugene Louis Boudin.
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  • Framed Size is 50 x 42 cm.
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About this artwork

Eugene Louis Boudin was a pioneer among French landscape artists, famously opting to paint outdoors. He had a particular talent for capturing the northern French coastline, much like in this depiction of a jetty in Trouville, a district in Normandy. The painting highlights a lively scene where spectators are engrossed in watching the fishing boats, the Le Havre steamer, and three-masted ships battling the wind as they try to maneuver the narrow channel.



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About the artist

Eugène Louis Boudin, a pioneering French landscape artist born on July 12, 1824, was among the initial painters to work en plein air. Known for his exquisite depictions of marine landscapes and seashores, Boudin came from Honfleur, a ship captain's son.

He began his career in Le Havre, where his frame shop attracted artists, including Jean-Francois Millet, who nudged him towards painting. Boudin's self-taught style Corot, with nature serving as his classroom. He primarily painted small-scale scenes of northern France's harbors and beaches. Around 1856, Boudin met Claude-Oscar Monet, mentoring him in outdoor painting. They would sunsequently collaborate in the late 1860s.

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