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Gustave Caillebott: painting and photography « Previous | |Next »
October 18, 2012

Gustave Caillebott's paintings are seen to be a radical, very modern, photography-like depictions that provide insight into the close relationship between photography and painting.The unusual perspectives resulting from the way, Caillebotte framed his windows on the world anticipate a photographic view which would only gradually evolve in that medium.

CaillebotteGParkettschleifer.jpg Gustave Caillebotte, Parkettschleifer, 1875,

Numerous works of Caillebotte's anticipate photographic perspective—especially in their particular angles of view and the way the images are cropped, but also in their approach to themes like movement and abstraction—that does not emerge in the medium of photography itself until later.

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