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  1. Eugène Boudin (Honfleur, 12 de julio de 1824-Deauville, 8 de agosto de 1898) fue uno de los primeros paisajistas franceses en pintar al aire libre. La mayoría de su obra son paisajes marinos que ganaron los elogios tanto de Charles Baudelaire como de Camille Corot

  2. Monet stesso confesserà: "Se sono diventato pittore lo devo a Eugène Boudin. È a lui che devo l'educazione definitiva del mio occhio". Nel 1859 Boudin viene ammesso per la prima volta ad esporre al Salon , ricevendo molte critiche ma ottenendo al contempo un discreto successo e l'ammirazione del poeta Charles Baudelaire .

  3. Eugène Louis Boudin (French: [budɛ̃]; 12 July 1824 – 8 August 1898) was one of the first French landscape painters to paint outdoors. Boudin was a marine painter, and expert in the rendering of all that goes upon the sea and along its shores.

  4. Les musées de Honfleur (musée Eugène Boudin, musée de la Marine, musée d’Ethnographie et d’Art populaire, Maisons Satie et clocher Sainte-Catherine) souhaitent à travers un court questionnaire connaître les habitudes culturelles des habitants de la Communauté de communes du Pays de Honfleur-Beuzeville et de ceux installés dans une zone plus large d’une vingtaine de kilomètres ...

  5. Eugène Boudin d'après des documents inédits: L'homme et l'oeuvre. Paris, 1922, p. 174. Hermann Warner Williams Jr. "The Bequest of Jacob Ruppert." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 34 (July 1939), p. 169. Preface by Edward Alden Jewell in French Impressionists and Their Contemporaries Represented in American Collections.

  6. Eugène Edine Pottier, French revolutionary socialist, poet, and transport worker; Eugene Trivizas, Greek author; Art. Eugène Broerman, Belgian painter; Eugène Boudin, French painter; Eugène Carrière, French symbolist; Eugène Delacroix, French painter; Eugène Grasset, Swiss decorative artist of the Belle Epoque; Eugene Lambert, Irish ...

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