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  • Parigi in un giorno di pioggia
  • Parigi in un giorno di pioggia
  • Paris Street. Rainy day
  • Paris Street. Rainy day
Parigi in un giorno di pioggia

Paris Street. Rainy day

The original work is dated 1877 and is kept at the Art Institute of Chicago, USA. In this canvas Caillebotte portrays a moment in Parisian everyday life, blending realistic style with impressionist one. The cut of the painting is undoubtedly photographic: the artist is convinced that photography is the best way to document everyday life.
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Dimensions
cm. 80x100
1 - Characteristics and Properties
Fir wood frame with rounded edges of cm. 3.0 thickness
2 - Characteristics and Properties
Ready to hang
3 - Characteristics and Properties
Edges are finished on the sides
4 - Characteristics and Properties
Full HD print on washable, UV-resistant canvas
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The original work is dated 1877 and is kept at the Art Institute of Chicago, USA. In this canvas Caillebotte portrays a moment in Parisian everyday life, blending realistic style with impressionist one. The cut of the painting is undoubtedly photographic: the artist is convinced that photography is the best way to document everyday life. Caillebotte paints the neighbourhood in which his family owns a property: a village attended by rich Parisians and workers of various kinds. The scene is set in a rainy day: the artist portrays ​​the reflection of water on the road through a masterly use of colour. A large multi-storey building is the background of this work; in the foreground, a well-dressed couple walks sheltered by an umbrella, while other passers-by are walking in the background. Caillebotte's style is decidedly realistic: the characters appear in motion, portrayed with spontaneity and without filters or poses. Some subjects emerge from the picture, achieving the painter's goal to give us a snapshot of the moment. Caillebotte’s innovative style is never fully understood by the critics of that time. Despite his name appears among those of the great impressionists, even today he has not achieved the success that an artist of his value deserves.