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Daubigny Monet Van Gogh:Impressions of Landscape at Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam.The Netherlands.

Doubigny was influenced by the impressionists and the impressionists influenced first by Doubigny and later on by Van Gogh who proceed to bring the impressionism at the level that uses colours to show the effects of light and to suggest atmosphere rather that showing exact details.
                      Exhibition'Daubigny Monet Van Gogh:Impressions of Landscape' at 
                             The Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam until 29 January 2017 presents Charles Francois Daubigny's(1817-1878)artworks that played an important role in the evolution of 19th-century French landscape art, influenced Van Gogh ,Monet, Pissaro, Sisley and besides explore the connection between the French artist and the impressionists.
(Text/photography Tzina-Mersina Alimpoutaki-Joustra.
All rights reserved).
                                           Vincent Van Gogh.(1853-1890).
                                 Title:Doubigny's Garden.1890.Oil on canvas.
                                                 Rudolf Staechelin Trust.
                                                         Vincent Van Gogh.
                                           Title:Doubigny's Garden.1890.Oil on canvas.
                           Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam.(Vincent Van Gogh Foundation).
Even Charles Daubigny was one of the most significant French painters of the 19th century especially through his landscapes and his river's scenery and was admired when his artworks exhibited at the anual Salons for the public was an ignorant artist as also in generally his interactions between him and the new impressionist's generation.
Characteristic examples the case of Daubigny's and Monet's respective use of studio boats to paint their river views, the artist's colony in Auvers-sur-Oise, Daubigny's summer-home there after 1860 and the 'ingredient sensitive artistic meeting' van Gogh and Daubigny.
'When Vincent arrived in Auvers in 1890 during his last few months in Auvers before his death on 29 July,' according to the Van Gogh's museum experts' he adopted a distinctive canvas format strongly associated with Daubigny and, as an act of homage, painted several pictures of Daubigny's house and garden.
                                        Charles-Francois Daubigny(1817-1878).
              Title:The Crossroads of the Eagle's Nest, Fontainebleau Forest.Oil on canvas.
                         The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, gift of Ruth and Bruce Dayton.
                                                 Charles-Francois Daubigny. 1877.
                                                         Title:Moonrise at Auvers.
                                                                   Oil on canvas.
The Montrial Museum of Fine Arts, gift of lady Drummond in memory of her husband, 
                                                        Sir George A.Drummond.
                                                     Charles Francois Daubigny.
                                                 Title:The Banks of the Oise.1859
                                                 Oil on canvas.
                                                    Charles Francois Daubigny.
                                            Title:Cliffs near Villerville.1864-1872.
                                             Oil on canvas.
                                 The Mesdag Collection.The Hauge. The Netherlands.

                                              The Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam.



Daubigny's personal touch with nature in combination with his painting technique was an impressive artistic style for the young artists that inspired their impressionists performances.
Claude Monet(1840-1926) and Camille Pissarro(1830-1903)not only were inspired by his themes but also were helped by him to establish their future in the art world and it's clearly evident at the exhibition.
In 1870 Daubigny began also to interact with them artistically and he started too to experiment with light colours and.. sort times impressions, like the example of painting
                                        Charles Francois Daubigny.
                                        Title:' Sunset at Villerville, 1874.
                                      The Mesdag Collection, The Hauge.
Afbeeldingsresultaat voor Daubigny Sunset at Villerville 1874

                                                   Charles Francois Daubigny.
                                                 Title:Mills at Dordrecht. 1872.
                                                   Oil on canvas.
                              Detroit Institute of Arts.Gift of Mr and Ms E.Raymond Field.
                                                      Claude Monet.1840-1926).
                                                      Title:View in Amsterdam.1874.
                                                       Oil on canvas.
     Monet's artwork depicts the houses on the Prins Hendrikkande in Amsterdam. His main          consern was to capture the effectiveness of the light in the sky and on the water. 
                                                             Claude Monet.
                                                Title: The seine at Lavacourt.1880.
                     The Van Gogh's Museum courators explain that Monet suspected that this                                 river scene was a highly uncontroversial theme at the Salon of 1880.
                                                Camille Pissarro(1830-1903).
                                    Title:The Marne at Chennvieres.1864-1865.
                                    Oil on canvas.
                                           Scottish National Gallery,Edinburgh.                                 
                                                            Charles Daubigny
                                                  Title:Flood at Billancourt.1866.
                                                  Oil on canvas.
                                                  The Phillips Family Collection.
                        A boat beside a tree during a flood on the Seine in the autumn of 1866.

                                                              Claude Monet.
                                                         The studio Boat.1876.
                                                          Oil on canvas.
                                          Musee d' Art et d' Histoire,Neuschatel.
In 1857 Daubigny had constructed a studio-boat.The meaning of it was to travel along the rivers. Daubigny's example is also an evident to us that he inspired the young impresssionists. 
Monet inspired by Daubigny's boat in the early 1870's obtained also a studio-boat so that he could capture the landscape from midstream.
He immortalised it in the painting 'The Studio Boat'.1874.
                                                Claude Monet.
                                      Title:The Studio-boat.1874. 
                     Kroller-Muller Museum,Otterlo. The Netherlands.


                              The studio-boat in modern style representation
                                   at The Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam.

'In Antwerpen I didn't know precisely what were the impressionists but now in Paris I've been seen their artworks and even I don't belong to the club I admired their works..',Vincent Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo in October 1886.
(Jan Hulsker: Van Gogh en Zijn Weg. Het Complete Werk.(c)copyright 1977 Meulenhoff International.Amsterdam.)
According to the author Jan Hulsker Van Gogh not only admired the new impressionists but he followed also a lot of the modern artists such as a way of a discovering of new ideas and inspirations. With the aim of trying to achieve strong colours escaping from the past of the 'grey harmony' Van Gogh created colourful flowers and field of poppies.
'..field of poppies by applying dabs of red, orange, green,pigment interspersed with lighter notes,squeezed directly from the tube and manipulated with the end of a palette knif.' as Van Gogh's Museum experts declare.
                                 Van Gogh's ' Poppy Field',1890. Oil on canvas.
                                  Gemeeentemuseum Den Haag.The Nethrlands.                 
Van Gogh's'Poppy field'1890, thematically inspired by Daubigny and Monet but the way to use colours to show the effects of light on nature addressed to his passion about the colours and these passions were running high from 1886 when he wrote to his brother Teo,
'..So now in Paris because I didn't have enough money to pay models I'm working in series of flowers full of colours red, orange, green, yellow,..strong colours and no more that 'grey harmony..'
Both Daubigny and Monet had addressed this subject also.
                                Daubigny's 'Fields in June.'1874.
Charles Daubigny who was fascinated by the French countryside through his artwork ' Fields in June', prove everyone on the best way his influences by the impressionists if we compare it with his landscape-works in earlier times.
                                                      Claude Monet(1840-1926).
                                                      Title:Field with Poppies.1881
                                                      Oil oncanvas.
                                       Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.Rotterdam
'Vincent Van Gogh-as Van Gogh Museum declares- takes Daubigny's and Monet's earlier experiments to a new level. 
He creates his fields of poppies by applying dabs of red..'
and strong colours in combination with the pointillism or divisionism experiments that used at his' Pari's period.
                                             Charles-Francois Daubigny(1817-1878).
                                                      Title:Apple Blossoms.1873.
                                              Oil on canvas.
                   Metropolitan Museum of Art,New York,bequest of Collis P.Huntington.1900.
                                                     Claude Monet.(1840-1926).
                                                    Spring (Fruit Trees in Bloom).
                                                     Oil on canvas.
 Metropolitan Museum of Art,New York, bequest of Mary Livingston Willard.1926.
                                               Vincent Van Gogh(1853-1890).
                                               Title:Orchard in Bloosom.1889.
                                                Oil on canvas.
                       Van Gogh Museum,Amsterdam.(Vincent Van Gogh Foundation).

Daubigny died in 1878. Van Gogh regarded him as one of the pioneer of modern landscape because together with Monet were inspired by Daubigny's compositions.
At Auvers, Van Gogh prodused a series of landscape and that was an approach pioneered by Daubigny.
Daubigny was influenced by the impressionists and the impressionists were influenced by Daubigny and Van Gogh whose style continued to affect artists and movements until nowdays like a sign of the 20th century and modernism.
When in 1890 Vinsent spent the last two months of his life at Auvres-Sur-Oise, painted the Daubigny's house, gardens-as a visual tribute to his admirable artist-and traditional houses.
                                        Van Gogh. Title: Farms near Auvers.1890.







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