Eugene Boudin (1824-1898) spent his youth in Le Havre. The whole of his life’s
course is tied to this "Ocean-Gate" where, gazing towards the horizon,
Eugene Boudin: Still Life
with Coffee Mill
... EUGENE BOUDIN French, 1824-1898 Still Life with Coffee Mill, ca. 1847 Oil on
17 3/4 x 29 1/2 inches Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Gussman, 1963 Acc. 63.13.
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