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[[Eugene Boudin|Eugène Boudin]].  
 
[[Eugene Boudin|Eugène Boudin]].  
  
Beach Scene at Trouville, 1863
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[[File:Boudin Port de Camaret 1872.jpg]]
  
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Port de Camaret, 1872.
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File:Boudin, Ships at Le Havre.jpeg|Ships at Le Havre, 1887.
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File:Boudin, Le Bassin, Deauville.jpg|Le Bassin, Deauville.
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== Au Trouville ==
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Eugene Boudin first visited Trouville (northwestern [[France]]) in 1861 or 1862 and returned there every summer for the rest of his life. In the early nineteenth century Trouville had developed from a quiet fishing port into a fashionable bathing place for the aristocracy and Parisian bourgeoisie, ''la reine des plages'', with grand hotels and a Casino. [http://www.richard-green.com/Eugene-Boudin-Trouville-scene-plage-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=6&tabindex=5&objectid=280003]
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Beach Scene at Trouville, 1863.
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[[Image:Boudin Beach Scene at Trouville.jpg]]
  
 
Oil on wood, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. [[Paul Mellon]].
 
Oil on wood, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. [[Paul Mellon]].
  
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File:Boudin The Beach at Trouville - The Empress Eugenie 1863.jpg|The Beach at Trouville - The Empress Eugenie, 1863.
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File:Boudin La plage de Trouville 1864.jpg|La plage de Trouville, 1864.
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File:Boudin La plage de Trouville 1865.jpg|La plage de Trouville, 1865.
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File:Boudin BathersTrouville.jpg|Bathers Trouville, 1869.
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[[File:Boudin El puerto de Trouville 1884.jpg|thumb|left|400px|The port of Trouville, 1884.]]
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[[File:Boudin Trouville.jpg|thumb|440px|Trouville, 1864.]]
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Latest revision as of 14:43, 21 May 2015

Eugène Boudin.

Boudin Port de Camaret 1872.jpg

Port de Camaret, 1872.



Au Trouville

Eugene Boudin first visited Trouville (northwestern France) in 1861 or 1862 and returned there every summer for the rest of his life. In the early nineteenth century Trouville had developed from a quiet fishing port into a fashionable bathing place for the aristocracy and Parisian bourgeoisie, la reine des plages, with grand hotels and a Casino. [1]


Beach Scene at Trouville, 1863.

Boudin Beach Scene at Trouville.jpg

Oil on wood, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon.



The port of Trouville, 1884.
Trouville, 1864.