La Récolte des Foins, Éragny, 1887 by Camille Pissarro
La Récolte des Foins, Éragny catches the clamoring haying season in country Éragny, where Pissarro resided with his family from 1884 until he passed on in 1903. As Pissarro grew older he became increasingly restless. In the last few years of his life he was continually travelling to find new subjects and motifs.
La Récolte des Foins, Éragny shows how Camille Pissarry utilized his rendition of pointillism to improve the variety impacts and iridescence of his work. Pissarro's variety range, applied in deliberate spots and touches, structures a solidarity and increment the work of art's light and variety power.
In his late middle age, Camille Pissarro began to adopt avant-garde Pointillism technique developed by Georges Seurat. Camille Pissarro’s sketch of the Eragny Landscape demonstrates the principle of divided colour and the pointillist brushstroke. In La Récolte des Foins, Éragny, the influence of Pointillism became obvious.