Paintings reproductions - Gustave Caillebotte
Gustave Caillebotte (born on 19 August 1848 in Paris, died on 21 February 1894 in Gennevilliers) is one of the most underestimated painters of the 19th century. Initially he created in academic style, later he became fascinated with impressionism. His paintings often depicted the everyday life of the Parisian street and the life of the working class (Cycliners). Due to his good material status, he often organized exhibitions and helped less wealthy artists. At the end of his life he withdrew from public life until his death, creating landscapes.
Selected works: Cycliners, Paris on a rainy day, Man in the bath.