Corot to Monet via Boudin

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Yesterday I visited the Corot to Monet exhibition at the National Gallery.   The show follows the development of outdoor landscape painting up to the first Impressionist exhibition in 1874.

One of the many painters featured is Eugène  Boudin, who taught Monet to paint outside.  Above is one of the sketches I made at the exhibition,  one of Boudin’s beach scenes from Trouville.

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