Excerpt from The Studio, Vol. 45: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art; December 15, 1908
Few indeed were they who in his lifetime realised the genius of the great Dutchman - as a rule they were painters, like Corot, and afterwards Daubigny, who used to say he ofte... n thought of Jongkind when painting; and then Claude Monet, on whom Jongkind assuredly exercised some influence; then, too, Troyon, Diaz, and Rousseau. But who were the critics to discover the painter on.
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