Village by a River

Eugène Boudin French

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Boudin frequently painted landscapes along the coast of Brittany. This view of the village of Le Faou, east of Brest, was probably executed during Boudin's first visit there in 1867.

Village by a River, Eugène Boudin (French, Honfleur 1824–1898 Deauville), Oil on wood

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