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The Painter's Garden

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From the late 1880s Renoir suffered from rheumatoid arthritis. As his condition worsened, his doctors advised him to spend more time in the warm climate of the south of France. In 1907 Renoir bought a property in Cagnes, called Les Collettes. This is a view of the garden. Renoir's hasty and expressive brushstrokes suggest the bright sunshine and joy of a warm summer's day. Renoir's property at Les Collettes was extensive.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum


Date

c.1903

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 33.2 x W 46 cm

Accession number

2418

Acquisition method

bequeathed by William McInnes, 1944

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

signed/dated


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