Veronica Brooks Art 1

After Camille Pissarro, Jalais Hill, Pontoise, 1867, Metropolitan Museum of Art. This French landscape helped establish his reputation as an innovative painter when it was shown at the salon of 1868. Pissarro was born in the West Indies, on the island of St. Thomas, and known as the “Father of Impressionism”. More recreations of Impressionist artists, including Manet, Monet, Boudin, and originals can be seen at