Still Life of Roses in a Vase

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Renoir painted a large number of still-life paintings in the last decade of his life. These include a series of paintings of roses in round bowls. The motif is somewhat similar to a number of still-life paintings by Fantin-Latour of the 1880s and 1890s.

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford



Still Life of Roses in a Vase


1880s and 1890s


oil on canvas


H 29 x W 37 cm

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Bequeathed by Mr and Mrs Francis Hock, through the Art Fund

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