The Great Bridge, Rouen by Pissarro

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Mark Cartwright
by Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute
published on 06 April 2022

An 1896 oil on canvas, The Great Bridge, Rouen, by Camille Pissarro (1830-1903), the Danish-French impressionist painter. The artist visited Rouen in Normandy several times in his career. He was particularly fascinated in capturing the docks and bridges, perhaps as a change from the rural landscapes he was then more famous for. (Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh)

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