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Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894) was a French painter who was a member and patron of the Impressionists, although he painted in a more realistic manner than many others in the group. His style belongs to the School of Realism, he aimed to paint reality as it existed and as he saw it, hoping to reduce the influence of his Impressionist associates.
Caillebotte painted many domestic and familial scenes, interiors, and portraits as well as urban Paris, street views, gardens, landscapes and still life. The above painting “Regattas en Villers” was painted between 1880-1884.
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Marina, yes, that's the one. It still amazes me to this day. ♥♥♥


Jill, the many type of shades is the reason I chose this painting, too.

I'm glad you like it Janet and Janet..

Hello Neville. I think I remember the Floor scrapers painting. It is unusual and it shows the effort these people made to scrape a wooden floor. Their fatigue as a result of their grim job is also present.


I do like his work, Marina. Paris Street; Rainy Day (1877) is one of my favourites of his. But the one that will always remain in my memory is The Floor Scrapers (1875) - I've never seen anything like it since.
This one is a beauty too. Thank you for posting. ♥♥♥


I like the reflections in the water




A beautiful painting thanks Marina, hugs. ❤️💕


A beautiful painting, so many shades of blue in it. Thanks Marina

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