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The Dunes at Camiers, 1871

Camiers is a small town on the coast of northwestern France.

Daubigny is known for sketching directly on his canvas, adding layers of paint to create the final product. This sketch aesthetic is what helped bring about the Impressionist movement.

Details
Title
The Dunes at Camiers
Artist Life
1817–1878
Role
Artist
Accession Number
86.90
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