Scene from the Place de la Concorde

Like the Impressionists, Jean Béraud was interested in painting a specific time and place. In this painting a fashionably dressed woman is seen walking through the hustle and bustle of one of Paris’ major public squares. Béraud often used the busy Parisian streets as inspiration. Béraud even designed a horse-drawn studio to shield him from the elements so he could capture such detailed, playful scenes of contemporary life in Paris.

Located in the Haggin Gallery

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