19th century painter Jean-Baptiste Corot was a French landscape and portrait artist who bridged the transition from Neo-Classical to Impressionism. He is associated with Barbizon School and also with Impressionist Art Movement. Corot painted an enormous volume of work in his life and drew inspiration from a visit to Italy where he studied the Italian Renaissance artists. Leonardo da Vinci was Corot’s favorite painterJean-Baptiste Corot’s landscape paintings were acknowledged to be influential on Monet, Degas and Picasso. Along with Turner and Constable, Corot was recognized as one of the greatest landscape artists the world has ever seen. Corot paintings number over 3000 and anticipate the impressionist movement whilst referencing a neo-classical tradition
Forest of Fontainebleau by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot was exhibited at the Paris salon and is one of his greatest landscape paintings
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