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Transcript of Camille Pissarro
"The father of impressionism"
By- Feven Kahsay
Art Work Image 1- Anecdotal story
Camille Pissaro ran away from home at a young age. I wouldn't say he's a bad kid i just think he wanted to pursue his dream and become an artist/painter. If he hadn't ran away he wouldn't have become famous, as he is now, and i wouldn't have done a research project on him!
Camille Pissaro used the artwork style that's called impressionism. Impressionism is the immediate impression of an object or event. He tries to show what he sees at a glance rather than what you know or feel about the object.
Born on July 10, 1830 in St. Thomas, Danish West. He died on November 12, 1903 in Paris, France. He ran away from home at age 17 because his dad wanted him to be a clerk in his general store, but he wanted to become a painter. He married Julie Vellay which he had seven kids with.
Camille with his wife
Camille with his sons
In this painting Camille has texture, and shows a pattern. Through the value he also shows emphasis, balance, and visual interest. With all of these styles he added in, it makes the painting more interesting to look at!
Artwork Image 3
-"Camille (Jacob) Pissarro." International Dictionary of Art and Artists. Gale, 1990. Biography In Context. Web. 1 Nov. 2013.
-Werner, Alfred. "Camille Pissarro." Encyclopaedia Judaica. Ed. Michael Berenbaum and Fred Skolnik. 2nd ed. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2007. Biography In Context. Web. 1 Nov. 2013.
-Avenue De L'Op‚ra. Snow Effect. Morning Created By Pissarro Camille. Fine Art. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 1 Nov 2013.
-Britanica online image quest
Art Work Image 2- Famous quote
“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing” Camille Pissaro
Artwork Image 4
In this picture he uses bright colors, detailed figures, and pleasant settings to create such a good picture. He started from basic elements of art( color, line, texture, etc.) then he makes balance, variety, unity, and movement which makes this picture so great.
The butcher women
The Road to Versailles
Place du Theatre Francais
Watch this video to understand more about impressionism