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11,036. Pissarro isn’t the best loved of the Impressionists. He’s not the best known or the most popular. Waldemar Januszczak, The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution I: Gang of Four
10,646. Monet and Pissarro, both of who had children and mistresses to look after, fled here to London. (Artist: Monet & Artist: Pissarro & London) ibid.
10,647. Because it was here in London that Monet and Pissarro discovered Turner. (Artist: Monet & Artist: Pissarro & London & Artist: Turner) ibid.
11,037. The Impressionist who was most fascinated by coloured shadows was Camille Pissarro, who loved Christmas scenes and winter frosts. Waldemar Januszczak, The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution II: The Great Outdoors
11,038. The Louvre Under Snow 1902: A beautiful work but a relatively unknown one. (Art & Artists: Pissarro) Tim Marlow Meets s2e2: Nitin Sawhney, Tim
11,039. Everything is beautiful; all that matters is to be able to interpret. (Artists: Pissarro & Beauty) Camille Pissarro
11,040. Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing. (Artists: Pissarro & Beauty & Bless) Camille Pissarro