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The Marketplace at Gisors (Rue Cappeville)

1894-1895
Camille Pissarro, French, 1830 - 1903
A painter who delighted in rainy days, Pissarro aimed for a soft gray look in many of his prints. He invented a tool for the purpose, a cone of rolled emery paper, with which he would roughen parts of his designs. The roughened patches would then print a muted tonalities....

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