A Last Summer Day, Normandy

Novelist Alexandre Dumas wrote of Troyon’s work that it was “striking, full of truth, energy and life.” The large scale of the painting reinforces Troyon’s interest in inviting the viewer to join the charming scene. The late summer afternoon and endless sky seem to go on forever.

Located in the Haggin Gallery

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