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The Artist's Studio

  Buy now from barewalls.com1870: Musée d'Orsay, Paris

Bazille's spacious living quarters in the Batignolles neighborhood in Paris became a central meeting place for his friends and fellow artists; an early name for the Impressionists was the "Batignolles School".

Manet is looking at the easel, with Monet behind him smoking a pipe. Zola is on the stairs, and Renoir is sitting on a table. Manet later added Bazille (the tall figure).

 
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