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9 Rue de la Condamine, 1870. Musée d'Orsay, Paris

The Bazille family was also a part of this family domaine, and most notable among them was the artist like Frédéric Bazille (1841-1870), a contemporary of Renoir and Monet. In his relatively short career, he became an important leader for a tight circle of early impressionists. His most famous works can be found at the Musee d'Orsay, such as the one pictured here, where we see Bazille in his studio with friends Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Émile Zola, Éduard Manet and Claude Monet.

"Art is creative for the sake of realization, not for amusement; for transfiguration, not for the sake of play. It is the quest of our self that drives us along the eternal and never-ending journey we must all make."


~ Frédéric Bazille


Frédéric Bazille, 1866.
Art Institute of Chicago.