• Title: Beach Scene, Villerville
  • Creator: Eugène-Louis Boudin
  • Date: 1885
  • Location: Villerville, France
  • Physical Dimensions: 20 x 30 inches
  • Description: In this picturesque beach scene, sailboats float along the choppy Norman waters as a storm cloud hangs threateningly overhead. Boudin was deft at capturing his native landscape under varying conditions, and his loose style of painting, in which he was able to translate a range of textures, would prove influential for Monet and many other artists to come behind him.
  • Provenance: Museum purchase from Cornelia Ritchie provided through a gift from the Robinson Family Fund
  • Type: Oil paintings
  • Rights: Dixon Gallery and Gardens. For Terms and Conditions for use of this image please contact the Registrar at 901-761-5250.
  • Medium: Oil on canvas

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