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Jean-Charles Cazin : “The Boatyard” (c. 1875)

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Cazin exhibited this painting at the Paris Salon of 1876, marking the start of his official career. It depicts a boatyard in the artist’s native Boulogne, a port city on the English Channel. The young man in the foreground is melting tar at a smoky fire, while men work on a boat just above him. Cazin was associated with the Realist movement during his early years and later with the Impressionists.

Credit Line: Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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