Peasant House at Éragny by Camille Pissarro was created in 1884. The painting is in Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The size of the work 46 x 55 cm and is made of oil on canvas.
Camille Pissarro achieved his greatest success by capturing the ethereal effects of the outdoors, as in The Path to Les Pouilleux, Pontoise, Peasant House at Éragny (to the left), and Snowy Landscape at South Norwood (to the right). With skillful brushstrokes, which are increasingly layered in the two later paintings, Pissarro created glittering surfaces that reflect the changing qualities of the skies, foliage, and fields.
Although ethnically and politically an outsider (Pissarro, an atheist and self-described anarchist, was born to a Jewish family on the Caribbean island of St. Thomas, formerly a Danish colony), he was never theless a central figure in the Impressionist narrative… Read more in Los Angeles County Museum of Art