This painting is entitled 'Seine Landscape near Chatou'. It was painted by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot in 1855. It is an oil on canvas and is on display at the Nationalgalerie in Berlin. I think this painting goes along with the general style of the other paintings that I've put into this gallery. I don't think it's my favorite piece but it still caught my eye as I was browsing. The description discusses the dreamlike quality of Corot's work in relation to water. Although this is a picture of an actual place, Chatou, near Corot's home, he still interpreted his paintings "as much with my heart as with my eyes,". This makes me wonder what the actual scene that Corot saw looked like, and how exactly he interpreted the painting. From what I can tell the scene seems pretty realistic, I wouldn't be surprised if he merely painted what he saw, but apparently he added his own imagination to the painting. The mood of the painting is very peaceful and subdued, the colors are very muted and the scene is very calm.