February 4–April 29, 2007
Drawing in the open air was an important element in Claude's creative process. During the 1630s and 1640s, he made a vast number of studies directly from nature, in which he recorded details of the landscape around Rome. He would refer to these drawings when painting his finished canvases in his studio. Drawing—and, supposedly, making oil sketches—in the open was a relatively new practice in European art, which Claude pursued with particular enthusiasm. His studies of nature remain his most innovative and appealing drawings.
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