Gustave Caillebotte's (1848-1894) paintings grasp the viewer due to their radicalism and modernity. In this monograph with 48 individual analyses, the oeuvre of this idiosyncratic newcomer amongst the impressionists is presented to the public for the first time. Gustave Caillebotte, known as a major patron of the Impressionists, left a body of work of almost 500 paintings. His paintings stood on equal footing with those impressionists at whose exhibitions he partook as of 1876. His realistic style and virtuous color compositions provided a modern-looking perspective and understanding of space that made his work distinctly unique. In four chapters, Caillebotte's work is placed in the context of the changing city and society that thematize the Parisian cityscape of Hausmann, the civic and urban life of the time, the sports and leisure culture, and the landscape. German text.
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