French painter Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) at Deauville-Trouville, June 1896

French Painter Eugène Boudin (Le grand Boudin) was one of the first plain-air painters whom Corot called the master of the sky and Monet considered his first teacher. Photograph of Eugène Boudin at Deauville-Trouville, June 1896 Photograph Unknown.

Eugene Boudin, Trouville, the Inner Port, Low tide, 1881

Trouville, the Inner Port, Low tide, 1881 - Eugene Boudin - oil - Impressionism

Portrait of Eugène Boudin - Boudin was born at Honfleur, the son of a ship's captain. The centre of his early activities was Le Havre where he opened a framing shop, visited by painters, including Jean-Francois Millet, who encouraged him to take up painting. Boudin visited Paris, where he studied at the Louvre. He also established contact with painters of the Barbizon School.

Eugène Boudin was a french landscape painter. He was inspired by dutch Johan Jongkind to paint outdoors and was also one of the first impressionist painters. Boudin advised Monet ( at 18 yrs ) to start painting landscape

Eugene Boudin..upon his advice Monet began painting outdoors-- and Impressionism was born!

Beach near Trouville by Eugene Boudin. Oil painting reproduction for sale, Handmade canvas painting.

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