|WAITING FOR THE TIDE BY SEA DEAN AFTER CHARLES-FRANCOIS DAUBIGNY|
PAINTING BY SEA DEAN AFTER DAUBIGNY
4" x 4" Mini Master on Canvas Panel
Homage to Famous Artists on their birthday
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This is a detail taken from "Boats on the Seacoast of Etaples" 1871. While I was painting this Mini Master I discovered that Daubigny worked with quite a limited palette. I achieved the result with Raw Titanium, Burnt Sienna, Sap Green and Brilliant Blue with a touch of Matisse Indigo.
Both the original and my version have quite a warm feeling, like a quiet summer afternoon. As you can see, the sky was very reminiscent of Monet and it is apparent that they worked together. The treatment of shadow and highlights is also very like Manet. A very enjoyable painter to study.
Born in Paris 15 February 1817
Studied under his father and Delaroche
Painted in Holland, Spain, England, Northern France
1870-71 Visited England
Influenced by Impressionists Monet and Pissarro
Daubigny painted on his custom made boat and Monet loved the idea and copied his example
19 February 1878 Died in Paris aged 61
Cat # 14034 WAITING FOR THE TIDE