Paris
Musée Jacquemart-André

This is the First Parisian retrospective dedicated to Eugène Boudin since the end of the 19th century. Known for his seascapes and beach scenes, he was one of the first French artists to take his easel outside the studio to paint landscapes. In his numerous paintings, he focused on the rendering of elements and atmospheric effects. As such, he preceded the impressionists in this approach. His friend Claude Monet wrote late in life: “I owe everything to Boudin.”

3/22 until 7/22