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HIPPOLYTE CAMILLE DELPY (French / 1842-1910)

Hippolyte-Camille Delpy was a member of the Barbizon School. Born in Joigny in Burgundy, Delpy was encouraged in his teens by the Barbizon painter Charles-François Daubigny, who was a family friend. Daubigny and Corot became Delpy's teachers, though the younger man also associated with the Impressionists Camille Pissarro and Paul Cézanne after he moved to Auvers in 1873, four years after his debut at the Salon. Hippolyte-Camille Delpy was essentially a painter and etcher of landscapes, and in style and subject-matter his art remained close to that of Daubigny. See: Michèle Lannoy-Duputal, Hippolyte-Camille Delpy, 1988.

See also:

CAMILLE JEAN-BAPTISTE COROT
CHARLES-FRANÇOIS DAUBIGNY

Selected prints by HIPPOLYTE CAMILLE DELPY

La Seine, près de
Vernon, 1904
Etching

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