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《Art Magazine》 2019-10
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Why Pioneer:A Research into the Colored Shadow and Free Brushwork in Eugene Boudin's Paintings

Deng Can;  
Eugene Boudin,the French landscape painter of the 19 th Century,devoted himself all his life to painting directly from nature.From the standpoint of a supporter of Realism,Boudin learnt from the school of Barbizon and made great efforts to discover new methods of creation,pictorial language and expression of colors.While pursuing the nature,Boudin found unique subjects and insisted on accomplishing his works outdoors,thus forming his distinctive artistic style.The reason why he is considered as a pioneer of Impressionism is that the early impressionists inherited the colored shadow and the clear profile outlined by brush from Boudin's paintings.His outstanding aesthetic gusto for color and brushwork also inspired indirectly the Modernist reflections on the formal language itself and foreshadowed the birth of some Modernist schools.
【CateGory Index】: J213
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