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Armand Guillaumin



 


 
Armand Guillaumin

(b Paris, 16 Feb 1841; d Paris, 26 June 1927). French painter and lithographer. He grew up in Moulins, but at 16 he returned to Paris to find work. Despite the opposition of his working-class family, he prepared for an artistic career while he supported himself in municipal jobs. He started drawing classes and then enrolled in the Académie Suisse, where he met Cézanne and Camille Pissarro. Guillaumin began his career as an avant-garde artist by exhibiting with them at the Salon des Refusés in 1863. He was also active in the Manet circle at the Café Guerbois, from which Impressionism developed.


 




 


Self-Portrait


 


Sunset at Ivry
1873


 

La Place Valhubert, Paris
1875



 


The Seine
1868



 

El camino en el bosque



 

Outskirts of Paris
1873



 

Le Quai de Bercy
1881



 

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