Côte des Boeufs is a small hill close to Pissarro’s home in L’Hermitage in the village of Pontoise not far from Paris. The hill was sometimes also called Côte de St Denis.

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1 Dark blue accent on the tree branch: artificial ultramarine.

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2 Stroke of pure red in the foreground: vermilion.

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3 Green foreground: viridian, and emerald green.

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4 Tree trunk in the middle: lead white, artificial ultramarine, red lake, orange ochre and emerald grenn.

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5 Sky in the upper right edge: a lower layer of viridian, artificial ultramarine, and red lake overpainted by an upper layer of artificial ultramarine.

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References

(1) Bomford D, Kirby J, Leighton, J., Roy A. Art in the Making: Impressionism. National Gallery Publications, London, 1990, pp. 158-165. This book is available at Amazon US

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Pigments Used in This Painting
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Pissarro, Fox Hill, Upper Norwood







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