Camille Pissarro

Impressionists in London @ Tate Britain
Studio International

Francesca Wade reviews Impressionists in London at Tate Britain, on view through May 7, 2018. Wade writes: “In 1904, 37 of [Claude Monet’s] pictures – splendidly evocative hazes of red and blue – were shown in Paris in an exhibition called Views of the Thames. Eight of these works form the centrepiece of this Tate exhibition, […]

Camille Pissarro: The Perennial Student
New York Review of Books

Julian Bell reviews two exhibitions: Camille Pissarro: Le premier des impressionnistes at the Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris (through July 16) and Pissarro à Éragny: La nature retrouvée at the Musée du Luxembourg, Paris (through July 9). Bell writes: “Nearly always, Pissarro composes poems about passing light that can be mapped intelligibly, letting you know just […]

Camille Pissarro: The First of the Impressionists
Apollo Magazine

Laura Gascoigne reviews Camille Pissarro: The First of the Impressionists at the Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris, until July 2, 2017. Gascoigne begins: “If asked to name the key figure in Impressionism, few people today would nominate Camille Pissarro… Yet to his contemporaries this quiet revolutionary was the unifying force behind the movement that he had helped […]

Justice to Pissarro

Cezanne himself was right in maintaining, “We are all derived from Pissarro.”