Camille Collo (1796.7-1875.2) is a French painter. Although belonging to the Babylonian School of Painting, he did not live in Babylonian Village for a long time. He liked traveling. He first went to Italy to study in 1826-1828. After returning to China, he traveled in Fengdan Bailu, Brittany and other places, lived in Babizhong, and established the basic style of his lyric landscape painting school. Later, he went to Italy three times and painted many beautiful sceneries. His depiction of light and air was often regarded as the pioneer of Impressionist painters. This is especially evident in the brightness of the sunshine. Instead of the way painters used to paint the dark part very dark, he tried to make the dark part transparent and bright, thus greatly improving the brightness of the whole picture.