The Yerres, Effect of Rain by Caillebotte

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Eskenazi Museum of Art
published on 12 May 2022

An 1875 oil on canvas, The Yerres, Effect of Rain, by Gustave Caillebotte (1848-96) the French impressionist painter. The Caillebotte family lived by the river Yerres in northern France. Here the artist has boldly removed all possible subjects from the scene to focus on the effect of the raindrops on the water. (Eskenazi Museum of Art, Indianan, U.S.A.)

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