Monchablon was inspired by the rise of photography to experiment with detailed naturalism in painting. At the same time, he also applied Impressionist color theory. The result is a unique vision of the French countryside.
[Adapted from gallery label text, 1999]
Elizabeth Weis; her gift to the Gallery in 1971
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Article Scope: Reproduction only.
Susan Dodge Peters, ed.
Memorial Art Gallery: An Introduction to the Collection.
New York, New York: Memorial Art Gallery in association with Hudson Hills Press, 1988.
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