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Image from page 476 of “The art of the Louvre, containing a brief history of the palace and of its collection of paintings, as well as descriptions and criticism of many of the principal pictures and their artists” (1905)
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Identifier: artoflouvreconta00pott
Title: The art of the Louvre, containing a brief history of the palace and of its collection of paintings, as well as descriptions and criticism of many of the principal pictures and their artists
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Potter, Mary Knight, d. 1915
Subjects: Musée du Louvre Painting
Publisher: Boston, L.C. Page & company
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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wever, and his canvases show an intimatefriendship, a deep feeling for all the simplest sights andviews. Gray murmuring water, silvery Spring all apple-blossom-laden, old boats drawn to a marshy shore, fieldsof waving corn, mills working by sputtering streams, —it is the homely, daily life about the river Oise that heloves best and paints best. His work too, is full of adelicious vapour, a softness of air and atmosphere thatcan be fairly felt. It is not surprising that the con-sumptive boy, on seeing one of Daubignys Springtimesshould have cried, Oh! I can breathe now. He likedbest to paint the cool of the evening after the glow ofthe sunset has quite left the sky. His days he spent inhis big boat-barge, and as it drifted up or down the Oisehe would moor it wherever a gentle turn, an old mill or awaving field attracted him. The Springtime in this room is one of his more finishedcanvases. Down a path leading through the end of afield of green wheat, rides a young girl on donkey-back,

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a >~, ~ c SD f-1 o 0 ^ to 03 5 Q a, >> ■j-. PQ Salie fces Etats 367 the framework for panniers sticking far out on each sideof the beast. Behind her in the wheat two rustic loversare embracing. At the left at the top of a softly slopinghill the orchards bloom against the sky. Over all is theexquisite tenderness of the early spring. The Vintage in Burgundy shows the peasants gatheringgrapes. At the left is a cart drawn by two oxen onwhich is loaded a tub and from it by a little path comesone of the gatherers. Two boys are lying down in theforeground. The landscape is flat. Fromentins unfinished canvas, An Arabian Encamp-ment, hangs on the west wall of the Salle des Etats. Itwas bought after the death of the painter, just as he hadleft it. In the foreground, slightly at the left are twowhite horses, standing in profile, absolutely quiet, thoughwholly unharnessed and unhitched. In front of them,slightly farther back in the scene are three half-nudeArab women, one standing with

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