Lane-Lordship Station at Dulwich by Camille Pissarro

Lane Lordship Station at Dulwich by Camille Pissarro

The work “Lane-Lordship Station in Dalwich” was created in England, where Pissarro went during the Franco-Prussian War and, according to art historians, was written under the impression of Turner’s paintings.

The works of the English painter greatly impressed Pissarro, he admires his ability to capture the moment, and calls him a “magician” in the letter.

The very stay in London strongly oppressed him, especially the commercial attitude to art. Minutes of despair often took possession of them, especially when it was not possible to sell something from their paintings to feed their families.

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