[ pi-sahr-oh; French pee-sa-roh ]
/ pɪˈsɑr oʊ; French pi saˈroʊ /
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Ca·mille [ka-mee-yuh], /kaˈmi yə/, 1830–1903, French painter.
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Words nearby Pissarro
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How to use Pissarro in a sentence
The two artists who give the true thrill of this phase of the modern movement are without question Pissarro and Sisley.
Men like Pissarro and Sisley were not forgetting Courbet and his admirable knowledge of reality.
After seeing a great number of Monet's one turns to any simple Pissarro for relief.
In 1839 he was born at Aix-en-Provence, and for forty years he painted patiently in the manner of his master Pissarro.Art|Clive Bell
Like him, Pissarro was a painter of streets and landscapes who returned again and again to the same motif.Since Czanne|Clive Bell
British Dictionary definitions for Pissarro
/ (pɪˈsɑːrəʊ, French pisaro) /
Camille (kamij). 1830–1903, French impressionist painter, esp of landscapes
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