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Gustave Courbet : “Panoramic View of the Alps, Les Dents du Midi” (1877)

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Courbet was still working on this large landscape, intended for the Paris Universal Exposition of 1879, when he died in December 1877. He painted it during his exile in Switzerland, where he had fled after being condemned for subversive activities in the Paris Commune of 1871. The view looks south over Lake Geneva toward the mountains called Les Dents du Midi. While some areas are heavily worked with a palette knife, the lower right remains unfinished.

(Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art).

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