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Eugène Boudin: 'Beach Scene, Trouville'

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The painting shows groups of holiday makers taking the air at the beach. The artist worked a great deal on the Normandy coast, especially at the fashionable resorts of Trouville and Deauville. Two other beach scenes with the same title are also in the Collection, plus a 'Beach at Trouville' of the 1890s. Between 1862 and 1895 Boudin painted a few hundred such frieze-like paintings.

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