Lucien Pissarro adopted neo-impressionism with his father and was closely linked with the originators of the movement. He worked at his father's side and was the first of Camille Pissarro's sons to exhibit with him.— John Rewald, p. 15

Lucien’s work is fascinating for its combination of French and English artistic traditions. — "Lucien Pissarro (1863-1944)"

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Paintings of English Scenery (A Selection)

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