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A Balcony 1880

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A Balcony in Paris 1880

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A Road Near Naples 1872

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Anchored Boat on the
Seine at Argenteuil1888

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Banks of the Yerres 1878

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Boater Pulling on His
Perissoire 1878

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Boathouse in Argenteuil 1886

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Boulevard Haussmann
Snow 1880

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Boulevard des Italiens 1880

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Chrysanthemums, Garden
at Petit Gennevilliers 1893

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Cliff at Villers-sur-Mer 1880

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The Garden at Petit
Gennevilliers 1893
157 x 114 cm

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Fishing 1878

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Kitchen Garden, Petit
Gennevilliers 1882

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Landscape at
Argenteuil 1889
60x73 cm

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Melon Bowl of Figs 1880

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Norman Landscape 1884

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Oarsmen 1877

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Paris Street:
A Rainy Day 1877
212x276 cm

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Perissoires sur l'Yerres
aka Boating on the Yerres1877

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Portraits in Countryside 1876

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Regatta at Argenteuil 1893

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Richard Gallo and His Dog
at Petit Gennevilliers 1884
89x119cm

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Rising Road 1881

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Thatched Cottage at
Trouville 1882

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The Argenteuil Bridge
and the Seine 1883

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The Basin at Argenteuil 1882

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The Garden at Petit
Gennevilliers in Winter1894

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The Gennevilliers Plain,
the Slopes of Argenteuil 1888

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The Parc Monceau1878

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The Park on the Caillebotte
Property at Yerres 1875

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Petit Bras of the Seine 1888
75x100cm

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The Promenade
at Argenteuil 1883
65x82cm

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View of Seine in Direction
of the Pont de Bezons 1892

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Villas at Trouville 1884

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Willows by the Yerres 1872

Alexandre Cabanel Naissance De Venus Alexandre Cabanel The Death of Francesca and Paolo William Cahill Grandmother's Gown Gustave Caillebotte Rue De Paris, Temps De Pluie Gustave Caillebotte The Canoes Gustave Caillebotte Young Man at His Window Gustave Caillebotte Seascape Gustave Caillebotte Thatched Cottage at Trouville Gustave Caillebotte View of Paris Gustave Caillebotte Fruit Displayed on a Stand Gustave Caillebotte The Skiffs Gustave Caillebotte Le pont de l'Europe Gustave Caillebotte The Floor Scrapers Gustave Caillebotte View of Rooftops Gustave Caillebotte The Orange Trees Gustave Caillebotte The Floor Scrapers Gustave Caillebotte Fruit Displayed on a Stand Gustave Caillebotte Balcony Gustave Caillebotte View Across a Balcony Gustave Caillebotte The House Painters Gustave Caillebotte Oarsmen Gustave Caillebotte Young Man Playing the Piano Gustave Caillebotte Still Life Gustave Caillebotte The Bezique Game Gustave Caillebotte In a Caf? Gustave Caillebotte Luncheon Gustave Caillebotte Portrait of Eugene Daufresne Gustave Caillebotte A Soldier Gustave Caillebotte Oarsman in a Top Hat Gustave Caillebotte Sculls

Gustave Caillebotte, b. Aug. 19, 1848, d. Feb. 21, 1894, was a French painter and a generous patron of the impressionists.He was an engineer by profession, but also attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He met Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, and Pierre Auguste Renoir in 1874 and helped organize the first impressionist exhibition in Paris that same year. He participated in later shows and painted some 500 works in a more realistic style than that of his friends. Caillebotte's most intriguing paintings are those of the broad, new Parisian boulevards. The boulevards were painted from high vantage points and were populated with elegantly clad figures strolling with the expressionless intensity of somnambulists, as in Boulevard Vu d'en Haut (1880; private collection, Paris).