Work entitled "The Outer Harbor of Le Havre, Morning, Sun, Tide."
Painted in 1902 by Camille Pissarro. This was the second-to-last work completed by the artist. It was painted on commission for Peter van de Velde in his own city of Le Havre. According to the painter's own acknowledgement, he felt forced to paint this landscape by his difficult economic situation.
In his final artistic times Pissarro begun to experiment with the pointillist techniques that some of his colleagues (such as Seurat) had been using. The result is artwork with almost photographic appearance, where impressionistic elements are combined with points to create figures.
This work is currently at the Museum of Fine Arts Andre Malraux, France.