|Vintage at the Chateau Lagrange, 1864, Jules Breton|
|Jules Breton Self-portrait, 1883|
|The Storm, 1852-53, Jules Breton, probably his earliest surviving work.|
|Fire in the Haystack, 1856, Jules Breton--combining his two major |
subjects, history and peasants.
|Return of the Reapers, 1852, Jules Breton|
|The Gleaners, 1854, Jules Breton. Titled the same as Millet's later painting, |
the two look nothing alike, although they might both be termed Realism. Breton's
version appears more lively, almost joyful, as compared to Millet's highly spiritual work.
|The Shepherd, 1905, Jules Breton, one of his final paintings. Though always |
depicting the idyllic life of French peasants, the idyllic French landscape
seems frequently to be his main emphasis.