||10 July --> Born on the island of
St Thomas, Virgin Islands.
||Attends school in Passy outside Paris.
||Returns to St Thomas and joins
||To Venezuela with Fritz Melbye,
||Travels to Paris Visits World
||Works in Paris, with financial help from his parents.
||First picture accepted for Salon
(also exhibits in 1864, 1865, 1866, 1868,
1869 and 1870). Visits Academie
Suisse, where he meets Monet.
||Meets Julie Vellay, who later becomes his wife.
||Registers as a copyist at the
Louvre. Meets Guillaumin and
Cezanne at the Academie Suisse.
||Three landscapes exhibited in the
Salon des Refuses. Son Lucien is born.
||Settles at Pontoise. Attends Zola's
meetings and formative meetings of the Impressionist group at the
||Paints View of Hermitage at
||Moves to Louvecietines. Paints
with Monet and Renoir at La
||Franco-Prussian War drives
Pissarro to London.
||Marries Julie. Paints Lordship Lane
Station, Dulwich, London. Returns
||Settled back in Pontoise. Uzanne
||Impressionist Society formed.
Paints Pink Peonies.
||April 15, exhibits five landscapes in
the first Impressionist exhibition
(Pissarro exhibits in all of them -->
1876, 1877, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882
||Struggling to make a living (fourth
son born 1878). Paints The Little
Bridge, Pontoise (1875) and Kitchen
Carden with Trees in Flower,
||About this time, paints Mme
Pissarro Sewing near a Window.
Gauguin paints with Pissarro at
||Break-up of original Impressionist
group. Paints The Shepherdess.
||Durand-Ruel organizes a one-man
show for Pissarro. Lucien leaves
for England. Visit to Rouen,
paints The Quays at Rouen.
||Moves to Eragny.
||Joins Seurat and Signae in the
Paints Apple Picking at Eragny-
sur-Epte. In September contracts
||Visits Lucien in London (and again
in 1892 and 1897).
||Successful one-man show of a
hundred paintings. Buys the house
||To Belgium to escape reprisals
||Paints urban views of Rouen, Le Havre, Dieppe and Paris such as
The Boulevard Montmartre at
||13 November: Pissarro dies in Paris