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Félix Pissarro (1874 - 1897)
The third son of Camille Pissarro, Félix was a painter, etcher and caricaturist, and from an early age, his work demonstrated great strength and originality. This prompted his father to comment that, of all his artist sons, Félix had undoubtedly the most talent and promise of becoming a major artist.
It is, therefore, perhaps one of life’s cruel ironies that Félix contracted tuberculosis and died in England at the age of 23, before he was able to begin realising his full potential. In a posthumous article, Octave Mirbeau lamented his passing whilst attributing to him “…uncommon talent, fervent imagination, originality, passion, vision, spontaneity and, above all, natural aptitude…”, qualities which he was adamant would have turned Félix into a truly great artist.
Félix Pissarro (1874 - 1897) Landscape with Trees Pencil on paper
29 x 22.5 cm (11 ⅜ x 8 ¾ inches)
Signed & dated lower right, 10 October 1890 Félix Pissarro
Félix Pissarro (1874 - 1897) Two Horses Grazing under the Trees Etching
10.8 x 13 cm (4 ¼ x 5 ⅛ inches)
Signed lower right, Félix Pissarro
Félix Pissarro (1874 - 1897) Horse Pulling Hay Cart Etching
19.5 x 15 cm (7 ⅝ x 5 ⅞ inches)
Félix Pissarro (1874 - 1897) Cavaliers on Horseback Etching
10.9 x 15.6 cm (4 ¼ x 6 ⅛ inches)
Félix Pissarro (1874 - 1897) Horse Woodcut
10 x 8.8 cm (3 ⅞ x 3 ½ inches)