Description Dupré was one of the few Barbizon artists to spend a significant amount of time in England, visiting for four months in 1831. This luminous view suggests not only his interest in outdoor painting but also his admiration for the atmospheric landscapes and dramatic skies of the English artist John Constable.
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- The Men of 1830. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1957.
- The Rise of Landscape Painting in France: Corot to Monet. The Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, Manchester; IBM Gallery of Science and Art; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; High Museum of Art, Atlanta. 1991-1992.
- Before Monet: Landscape Painting in France and Impressionist Masters: Highlights from The Walters Collection. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1998.
- A Magnificent Age: Masterpieces from the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore; The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte. 2002-2004.
- The Road to Impressionism: Landscapes from Corot to Manet. The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. 2004-2005.
- The Road to Impressionism: Barbizon Landscapes from the Walters Art Museum. The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis; The Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh. 2008-2009.
- 19th Century Masterpieces from the Walters Art Museum. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara; Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, Austin. 2010-2011.
Provenance Emile Gavet Collection, Paris; purchased by William T. Walters (through George A. Lucas as agent), Baltimore, May 12 1883 ; inherited by Henry Walters, Baltimore, 1894; by bequest to Walters Art Museum, 1931.  The Diary of George A. Lucas, p. 563.
Inscriptions [Signature] Lower left: Jules Dupre; [Inscription] On back of frame: Dupré Mons Lucas
Credit Acquired by William T. Walters, 1883
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