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  • First the Fontainebleau forest, where he worked with fellow student Fr é d é ric Bazille, following in the footsteps of Corot and Daubigny.

    Capturing Claude Monet

  • They included a Bechstein 3/4 grand piano, and paintings by Daubigny, Samuel John “Lamorna” Birch, Frank Brangwyn, Laura Knight and their relative René Billotte.

    Storyteller

  • Artists like Millet, Corot and Daubigny took their palates outside to record nature.

    Madrid

  • I accuse him of being surrounded by a band of ruffians, among whom it is only necessary to mention the infamous name of Daubigny.

    Moniteur/Morning Chronicle

  • I accuse him of being surrounded by a band of ruffians, among whom it is only necessary to mention the infamous name of Daubigny.

    Newspapers

  • A lick of flame crossed the Daubigny, and down came its glass with a clatter — there was the picture exposed and fire creeping and flaring over it!

    Swan Song

  • Baudelaire praised on the eve of impressionism; also in Millet and the Barbizon group, Daubigny, and

    IMPRESSIONISM IN ART

  • Daubigny, as in the latter's Spring Landscape, done in 1862 (Rewald, p. 100).

    IMPRESSIONISM IN ART

  • Along with other names less known, Room 92 displays canvases by Daubigny, Courbet, Charles Le Brun,

    The Jewel City

  • A few canvases recall them -- the _Wave_ of Courbet, an admirable effect of snow by Daubigny, and four or five pictures by Corot -- but one regrets that the illustrious dead have not had the honor of a room apart.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, November, 1878 of Popular Literature and Science

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