The Departure (Le départ)

Charles François Daubigny (1817 - 1878)

etching in black on wove paper, 43.2 cm x 29.4 cm
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

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Object data

Object number
p2762-016S2015
Dimensions
43.2 cm x 29.4 cm, 13 cm x 18.1 cm, 10.2 cm x 15.8 cm
Catalogue raisonné
Delteil [1921] 1969 no. 115

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signature
Daubigny by Daubigny, Charles François
inscription
Le Départ by Daubigny, Charles François

Literature

  • Loys Delteil, Le peintre-graveur illustré : the graphic works of nineteenth and twentieth century artists : an illustrated catalog, 1969, no. 115
  • Michel Melot, l'Oeuvre gravé de Boudin, Corot, Daubigny, Dupré, Jongkind, Millet, Theodore, Rousseau, cop. 1978, p. 173, 280
  • Madeleine Fidell-Beaufort, Janine Bailly Herzberg ; textes Anglais de Judith Schub, Daubigny, 1975, p. 53, 219-224
  • Charles Theodore Price, Naturalism and convention in the painting of Charles-François Daubigny, 1986, p. 65-66, 86-87, 165-168
  • Christopher Lloyd, Daniel Charles, Phillip Dennis Cate; with a contribution by Gilles Chardeau, Impressionists on the water, 2013, p. 77-86
  • Michael Marlais, John Varriano, Wendy M. Watson, Valenciennes, Daubigny and the origins of French landscape painting, 2004, p. 42-43
  • Michael H. Duffy, The influence of Charles-François Daubigny on French plein-air landscape painting : rustic portrayals of everyday life in the work of a forerunner to Impressionism, 2010, p. 43, 71, 87-88, 99-103, 154, 158
  • Steven Adams, The Barbizon School and the origins of impressionism, 1994, p. 192-193, 232
  • Sylvian Amic, Mary Morton, Simon Kelly ... [et al.], Eblouissants reflets : cent chefs-d'oeuvre impressionnistes, 2013, p. 36-38, 187-199
  • Bonnie Lee Grad, An analysis of the development of Daubigny's naturalism culminating in the riverscape period (1857-1870), 1981, p. 75, 83-84