In his middle and later years, Corot often worked in the region of La Ferte-sous-Jouarre, situated east of Paris on the river Marne. The word `souvenir?, frequently found in the titles of Corot?s later works implies memory and reflection, and was a term that is also found in Romantic poetry of this period. Corot?s `souvenirs? were poetic reminiscences, rather than realistic depictions of a particular landscape. These later works, with their consistent formula of low horizons, spreading trees and vast skies reflected in translucent pools, greatly appealed to British taste at the end of the nineteenth century.