Dive into the captivating world of Camille Pissarro with our exclusive Wall Calendar. Born in 1830 on the Caribbean island of St. Thomas, Pissarro became a pivotal figure in both the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist movements. His innovative techniques and unique approach to landscape paintings made him a standout artist of his time. Pissarro’s art was marked by a deep observation of nature and an acute sense of how light and color interplay. His work, particularly his rural and urban landscapes, remains strikingly modern due to its vibrant, almost living portrayal of everyday scenes. This calendar celebrates Pissarro’s legacy, showcasing his original art that continues to inspire artists and art enthusiasts alike.
Our Camille Pissarro Wall Calendar is more than a collection of dates; it’s a journey through the year with one of history’s most remarkable artists. Perfect for history teachers, art lovers, or as gift ideas for anyone appreciative of original art, each month reveals a beautifully reproduced Pissarro masterpiece. Designed with ample space for noting important dates and birthdays, it combines functionality with artistic elegance. As a unique history gift, the calendar invites you to repurpose the prints. Visit our gallery for inspiration on framing these timeless artworks, transforming them into a lasting display of natural beauty for any space. Rediscover Camille Pissarro’s enduring charm with every turn of the page.
For customers in the United States and Canada, we automatically deliver this Wall Calendar in the inch measurement system. Each week commences with Sunday.
All other customers including the United Kingdom will receive this Wall Calendar in the widely recognized A4 or A3 sizes. Each week commences with Monday.
- 1 cover page
- 12 inner pages
- Paper: 250 gsm / 100 lb semi-glossy silk paper
- Hanging hook for hanging calendar flexibly
- Sturdy wire-binding
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