Pissarro's first Impressions

19th-century painter helped shape new way of presenting landscapes

February 11, 2007|By Glenn McNatt | Glenn McNatt,Sun Art Critic

Everybody loves to love the Impressionists -- think of their shimmering colors, pretty girls, handsome men and bucolic landscapes, all rendered in a serviceable evergreen style you don't have to have an advanced degree in art history to appreciate.

PISSARRO: CREATING THE IMPRESSIONIST LANDSCAPE / / Through May 13 / / The Baltimore Museum of Art / / 443-573-1700 or artbma.org

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