Frédéric Bazille – French Impressionist

Frédéric Bazille (1841-1870) was a talented Impressionist painter whose life was tragically cut short by his death in the Franco-Prussian War. During his 29 years he produced a handful of excellent works, which showcased his skills for displaying light and atmospheric effects. Our collection includes nearly all of his renowned works including Family Reunion, The Pink Dress, The Little Gardener, La Toilette, Negress with Peonies, Summer Scene, and Bazille’s Studio. There are also a number of self-portraits, a portrait of Renoir, a portrait of Edouard Blau and a few landscapes.

Patterns Included In This Set

Family Reunion

The Pink Dress

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

View of the Village

The Little Gardener

Landscape on the Shore of Lez

La Toilette

Portrait of Renoir

Summer Scene

Portrait of Edouard Blau

Negress with Peonies

Bazille’s Studio

Mall of Aigues-Mortes

Landscape of Aigues-Mortes

The Fisherman with a Net

After the Bath

Louis Auriol Fishing

Port of the Queen at Aigues-Mortes

Beach at Saint-Adresse

Self Portrait

Self Portrait at Saint Sauveur