|War paintings, no match for the photography documenting the carnage.
|Though fortunately outside the siege ring (blue), Pissarro's hometown of Louveciennes
would have been an important staging area for Prussian troops during the war.
|Pissarro and his wife, Julie, around the time
of their return to Louveciennes.
|A Road in Louveciennes, 1872, Camille Pissarro,
the scene Pissarro returned home to.