Jean Baptiste Camille Corot

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Noun1.Jean Baptiste Camille Corot - French painter of Italian landscapes (1796-1875)Jean Baptiste Camille Corot - French painter of Italian landscapes (1796-1875)
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The 10 most faked painters are Giorgio de Chirico, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Salvador Dali, Honore Daumier, Vincent van Gogh, Kazimir Malevich, Amedeo Modigliani, Frederic Remington, Auguste Rodin, Maurice Utrillo TEMPTING TV
Writing of one of Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot's nudes, a French journalist noted that the work was Corot's response to critics who said he painted "nothing but trees, because he doesn't know how to paint people." The latter added that Corot's painting "leaves something to be desired in terms of cleanliness: in the brown tones of certain parts of this beautiful body, one discerns a certain scurviness that remains most unpleasant to behold." That muddiness is a surprise, the critic continued, "for there is plenty of water in Monsieur Corot's landscapes with which to bathe."
Turner and John Constable, to the likes of Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Were Wilson's oils complex and stirring works of art?
Turner, whose overall atmospheric effects achieved through the introduction of light correspond with nature's moods at the expense of form; Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, whose sensitive tonal orchestration determined the delicate range of silvery colors in his poetic landscapes; and finally Eugene Atget, whose monochromic tones and halation in landscape photographs were clearly influential to Phelan.