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  • Jean-Frederic Bazille
    Dec 6, 1841 - Nov 28, 1870
  • Saint-Sauveur - Jean-Frédéric Bazille was a French Impressionist painter (one of the early impressionist group). Many of Bazille's major works are examples of figure painting in which Bazille placed the subject figure within a landscape painted en plein air. As a young artist in mid-century Paris, Bazille began associating with revolutionary painters, especially Impressionists, but he retained his own style, which was more moderate.
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  • 1865
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Other paintings by Jean-Frederic Bazille:

Queens Gate at Aigues-Mortes
Queens Gate at Aigues-Mortes
Reclining Nude
Reclining Nude
Seascape: The Beach at Sainte-Adresse
Seascape: The Beach at Sainte-Adresse
Self Portrait
Self Portrait
Jean-Frederic BazilleJean Frédéric Bazille was born in Montpelier, France, to a wealthy family of advanced art patrons. His family gave financial support to some of the early Impressionist artists who were revolutionizing French painting, and Bazille himself became a member of the Impressionists as a young man, when he entered the studio of Charles Gleyre in Paris. Gleyre was a Swiss painter who had taught Whistler and many other of the Impressionists. Gleyre encouraged open-air painting, which was an important aspect of the Impressionist approach. Bazille entered his studio in 1862, though shortly before it closed permanently.

In Gleyre's studio, Bazille met Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, who became his close friends; he was also acquainted with the English-born Impressionist Alfred Sisley. Though Bazille painted outdoors in Fontainebleau and in Normandy with Monet and Renoir, and was strongly influenced by his friendships with the impressionists, Bazille remained notably faithful to the more traditional styles and subjects of painting, favoring portraits and figure painting over landscapes.

His themes are monumental and dramatic, and he applied that monumental approach to both modern and conventional themes. His brushstroke was free and powerful; under the influence of Manet he modeled his figures with great vigor and boldness. In the late 1860's, some of Bazille's paintings were accepted at the Paris Salon. His best-known painting, "Family Reunion", a group portrait in an outdoor setting, was shown at the Salon in 1868. In 1870 the Salon rejected "La Toilette", a more conventional figurative work.

Bazille was killed in action during the Franco-Prussian War.