Falaise d'Aval Etretat by Eugene Boudin 1890

The Impressionist painter Eugene Boudin (1824 - 1898)

Boudin used to live in Normandy in the summer
and in Paris in the winter.
He was born in Honfleur and died in Deauville

Boudin was a friend of 16 years younger Claude Monet
They meet in 1858. Boudin initiates Monet to paint in the countryside.

photo of Eugene Boudin taken in Trouville 1896

Falaise d'Aval Etretat painted 1890
The painting is in Madrid in the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum

Etretat Beach painted 1890
The painting is in San Diego in the Museum od Art

Etretat painted 1891
The painting is in Madison in the Chazen Museum

Falaise at Etretat painted 1894
Louis Boudin, brother of the artist donated the painting the City of Le Havre in 1900
The painting remained in Le Havre in the Muma Musee Andre Malreaux

Lavandieres on the beach painted 1894
The painting is in Washington in the National Gallery Washington

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