In 1884 Albert Dubois-Pillet had distinguished himself at the founding of the Société des artistes indépendants in Paris – a progressive artist group that opposed the conservative aesthetics of the Salon. Here he evokes the atmosphere of a spring morning using densely applied brushstrokes. The choice of motif, colors, and composition correspond to the Impressionists’ concept of landscape, while the manner of painting follows the burgeoning Pointillist style.


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