|Beach near Entretat|
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot painted and drew the world he saw in the middle of the 19th century. He did not see factories or poverty. He saw forests and seashores.
|Landscape near Volterra|
|Orpheus leading Eurydice (cliche verre)|
|The Lonely Tower (lithograph)|
|Rocks in the Forest of Fontainebleau|
|Reading beneath the Trees (lithograph)|
|Italian Landscape (etching)|
|Hide and Seek (cliche verre)|
|Self Portrait (cliche verre)|
Some of the French trees painted by Corot are indeed still living today, though the memory of their brief youthful fame has been lost.