PISSARRO Camille (1831-1903)

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PISSARRO Camille (1831-1903)
L.A.S. "C. Pissarro" (incomplete), Paris 12 September 1891, to HER WIFE Julie; 2 pages in-8 (2nd page missing). "Lucien after having gone to see Amélie with me this morning went to say goodbye to the Estruc, I stayed in my neighborhood, the weather seemed to me to be getting stormy. Amélie had just arrived from London so she was able to give us some news about the Isaacsons who are well [...]. I'm really worried that we can't make George and Titi see reason... It seems to me that Georges could do a little for you, in his lost moments, from the moment that Titi is forced to rest, under penalty of serious complications, Bellio has again formally recommended it to me, it is really not reasonable, as for what you tell me about the Séverine of Sarah Bernhard, really no, Lucien never thought for a moment to give the qualities you say to these mutts!"... He would also like to receive a friend at home: "He's a very simple man who doesn't cause any embarrassment, it's as if you were receiving Monet, or any other artist, well [...] every time he had the opportunity he gave me hard blows on my shoulders, out of pure sympathy for what I do, I never asked him, besides neither him nor others! Attached is a photograph of The Thinker of RODIN by Albert RUDOMINE (30 x 24 cm, framed)
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