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CAMILLE PISSARRO - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/01/1891 - HFSID 82408

CAMILLE PISSARRO The renowned French impressionist pens a letter to his wife concerning family affairs Autograph Letter signed: "C. Pisarro", in black ink, 1½p, 5¼x8¼. Paris, 1891 January 1. To "My Dear Wife" (Julie, whom he married in 1871).

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Condition: fine condition
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CAMILLE PISSARRO
The renowned French impressionist pens a letter to his wife concerning family affairs
Autograph Letter signed: "C. Pisarro", in black ink, 1½p, 5¼x8¼. Paris, 1891 January 1. To "My Dear Wife" (Julie, whom he married in 1871). In French, translated in full: "All the best wishes for the upcoming year, I hope that we bicker less and that we understand each other that it would be better, after all, to make some mutual concessions, in order to live peacefully, it's also in the interest of the children./ Yesterday I got a letter from Lucien containing a letter from Amélie concerning the inheritance. I wrote him that I'll be going on Sunday. I think I will take Ajalbert's advice who told me that a trial was intended and that if I wasn't sure to be paid off I shouldn't initiate it and it is very bothersome to take care of the quibble that would take all my time and would put me in debt. I think it would be better to not do it. You won't be of the same opinion, but it is, however, what's best to do. It has to resolve itself one way or another./ Titi has a little diarrhea right now. It's nothing, [rest of sentence difficult to decipher]. We're soon going to see [1 word difficult to decipher]. Now, at the time of my departure, I embrace you as well as the children. Titi and I wish you a happy new year. Your affectionate husband". A French painter of the Impressionist school, Pissarro (1930-1903) was famed for his landscapes and later cityscapes. A friend of fellow Impressionists including Monet and Cézanne, he helped organize the exhibitions of Impressionist work, the first in 1874, which helped popularize the new style. Pissarro painted over 1,600 landscapes and town scenes and nearly 200 prints. Regarding the contents of the letter, Lucien (1863-1944),who was also an artist, was Pisarro's oldest son of his eight children.Ajalbert was possibly French poetCharles Jean Ajalbert.Titi was a nickname for Pissarro's third son Félix (1874-1897) who also became an artist, and who Pissarro believed to have more talent than his other sons. Unfortunately, he died young from Tuberculosis. Folds, not at signature. Fine condition.

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