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Overview: Pissarro's Artistic Style and Influences
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An introduction to Pissarro's artistic style and influences, and an examination of his 1866 Salon painting of a plain, winter landscape.
Examination: Seurat's Final Study for "Bathers at Asnieres"
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An overview of the style and subject of this final study for Seurat's first important painting.
Overview: Caillebotte's Paris Street, Rainy Day
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Learn about Caillebotte's large-scale painting of modern Paris and the artist's role among the Impressionists.
Overview: Chase's A City Park
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An overview of a group of works from the mid-1880s in which Chase explored the green spaces of New York City.
Examination: Guillaumin's The Arcueil Aqueduct at Sceaux Railroad Crossing
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An examination of Guillaumin's painting of a new aqueduct just south of Paris, with its celebration of the railroad and the travel opportunities it offered to the urban middle class.
Introduction: Pissarro's The Crystal Palace
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A description of the Crystal Palace and an analysis of Pissarro's painting of the architectural marvel.
Overview: Homer's The Water Fan
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An overview of Homer's artistic work in the Bahamas and his ability to capture, with watercolors, the brilliant reflection of the tropical sun on the warm waters of the Caribbean.
Overview: Bazille's Career and Landscape Painting
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An introduction to the artistic career of Bazille, cut short by his death in the Franco-Prussian War, and to his oil study of the rugged landscape outside the village of Barbizon.
Introduction: Vuillard's Landscape: Window Overlooking the Woods
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An introduction to the goals and work of the Nabis artists and an exploration of Vuillard's large-scale, decorative landscape.
Overview: Hassam's The Little Pond, Appledore
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An overview of Hassam's landscape of Appledore Island, off the coast of New Hampshire, and the significance of the site to the artist.

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