From 1879 onwards, he won regattas on the Seine and attracted attention for his luxurious and innovative boats. Gustave Caillebotte Rooftops in the Snow (snow effect)At the fourth Impressionist Exhibition in 1879, Caillebotte presented over twenty-five works.

These included two roofscapes of which this is one. Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux Costume Ball at the Tuileries In 1853, when Carpeaux was still a student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, he sought the patronage of Napoleon III. Paul Cézanne The Bay of Marseille seen from L'Estaque Born in Provence, Cézanne remained deeply attached to his native region, and found inspiration there for some of his recurrent and emblematic motifs. Georges Clairin The Burning of the Tuileries The Burning of the Tuileries is a spirited sketch recounting an episode of the Paris Commune. The Dance of the Nymphs represents a turning point in Corot's career, announcing his move from "historical" to "lyrical" landscapes where the natural world is... Grief Bought by the State at the Salon des Boursiers de Voyage in 1912, this large painting called either In the Land of the Sea, Grief or The Victims of the Sea,...

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Charles Emile Jacque Landscape with flock of sheep During the 1861 Salon, the writer Alfred Nettement went into raptures about this painting by Charles Emile Jacque, writing: "See how the light dances under...

Johan Barthold Jongkind The Seine and Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris The sweeping diagonal of the Seine and the large area left for the sky in this composition remind us that Jongkind, a Dutch painter, was trained in the...

In July 1888, he had already represented himself in a...

André Devambez The Only Bird That Flies above the Clouds In 1909, Devambez was asked to produce twelve decorative panels for the French Embassy in Vienna.

Ernest Meissonier The Seige of Paris (1870-1871)At the end of the Franco-Prussian War in 1871, Ernest Meissonier sketched out an initial idea for a painting that would symbolise the Siege of Paris. Jean-François Millet Shepherdess with her Flock Calm, serenity and harmony triumph in this painting.

Wearing a woollen cape and a red hood, the young shepherdess (perhaps the painter's own daughter) is... Trouville During the summer of 1870, on the eve of the Franco-Prussian war, Claude Monet was staying in Trouville with his young wife, Camille, whom he had married on...

He very soon moved there and met up with his friends Jules Dupré, Théodore Rousseau, Constant...

Henri Fantin-Latour A Studio at Les Batignolles Les Batignolles was the district where Manet and many of the future Impressionists lived.

Eva Gonzalès A Box at the Theatre des Italiens The theatre auditorium, and in particular the box, a popular place for society exchanges, was a subject frequently chosen by the Impressionists. Louis Welden Hawkins Portrait of a Young Man There is an inscription on the back of this painting confirming that Hawkins presented it at a Paris Salon. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres Venus at Paphos As the title indicates, this painting represents Venus, the Roman goddess of love and fertility.