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Painted while visiting her newly married sister, Edma Pontillon, Morisot used the time to experiment with impressionistic painting methods. During this trip to Lorient to visit her sister, the two women were allowed to explore the environment around them and visit friends. This particular painting focuses more on the landscape rather than her model. Morisot intentionally had her model sit to the very edge, with a bit of her dress cut from the frame, with her face nearly unrecognizable. While the bright baby blues of the sky reflect off the water, they contrast with the deep brown boats and landscapes. The clear, sunny day is noted by her model's use of a sunshade that casts a shadow on her torso, while the bottom of her dress is bright white.
SKU: 7225
Creator: Berthe Morisot
Date: 1869
Original Medium: Oil on canvas
Original Size: 17 1/8 x 28 3/4 in.
Location: National Gallery of Art

The Harbor at Lorient

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The Harbor at Lorient
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Painted while visiting her newly married sister, Edma Pontillon, Morisot used the time to experiment with impressionistic painting methods. During this trip to Lorient to visit her sister, the two women were allowed to explore the environment around them and visit friends. This particular painting focuses more on the landscape rather than her model. Morisot intentionally had her model sit to the very edge, with a bit of her dress cut from the frame, with her face nearly unrecognizable. While the bright baby blues of the sky reflect off the water, they contrast with the deep brown boats and landscapes. The clear, sunny day is noted by her model's use of a sunshade that casts a shadow on her torso, while the bottom of her dress is bright white.
SKU: 7225
Creator: Berthe Morisot
Date: 1869
Original Medium: Oil on canvas
Original Size: 17 1/8 x 28 3/4 in.
Location: National Gallery of Art

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