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The Forum Seen from the Farnese Gardens The Bridge at Nantes Chartres Cathedral View of Genoa Hagar in the Wilderness Ville d'Avray- The Pond and the Cabassud House
Avignon from the West A View near Volterra Portrait of Mme. Legois Souvenier de Mortefontaine The Letter Young Woman with a Mandolin

Camille Corot (1796-1875)

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot was a renowned French painter- especially of landscapes, who worked in romantic and realistic styles and was a forerunner of impressionistic style.
Corot was born in Paris on July 16, 1796, the son of a draper, who reluctantly allowed him to study painting. From the academic landscape painter Victor Bertin he learned classical principles of composition, which shaped the calm, well-structured landscapes he painted from 1825 to 1828 in Italy. Examples are The Forum (1826) and the Bridge at Nantes (1827), both of which are in the Louvre, Paris.