House in Cagnes by Renoir

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Mark Cartwright
by wikiart.org
published on 09 May 2022

A 1912 oil on canvas, House in Cagnes, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) the French impressionist painter. The artist lived in Cagnes-sur-Mer in southern France in the latter part of his life, renting and then buying an old farmhouse in 1907. Renoir painted the house many times. He died here, albeit in a newer version of the house - Les Collettes, in 1919. (Private Collection)

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