from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Daubigny, Charles François 1817-1878. French landscape painter best known for his sensitive portrayal of light, which influenced the later impressionists.


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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

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


  • 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.


  • 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

  • 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

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


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


  • 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

  • Diaz was here already when, in 1849, Jacque and Millet arrived upon the scene, and at more or less frequent intervals, and for more or less lengthy stays, there came Corot, Dupré and Daubigny.

    Royal Palaces and Parks of France


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