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pochade


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(French, ‘quick sketch’ (in colours)

A term used particularly in 19th-century France to describe a rapidly executed sketch in oils, usually made out-of-doors preparatory to a finished studio painting. A landscape pochade was one in which the painter attempted to capture the tonal values of a particular motif.

Subjects: Art.


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