The Banks of the Oise

Charles-François Daubigny French

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In 1860, Daubigny purchased property in Auvers, a town near Paris. His frequent boating expeditions on the nearby Oise exposed him to a wide variety of river scenes and atmospheric effects.

The Banks of the Oise, Charles-François Daubigny (French, Paris 1817–1878 Paris), Oil on wood

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