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This is a reproduction of Frederic Bazille's 1869 masterpiece, "Bathers". While studying at the studio of Charles Gleyre from 1862 to 1863, the artist met Monet, Renoir, and Alfred Sisley, all of whom would become founding members of the revolutionary Impressionist movement of the late nineteenth century. As Bazille was comparatively wealthy, his studio became a meeting place for the artists. This work depicts a group of young men dressed in swimsuits enjoying a leisurely day in an idyllic setting. The artist transposed figures from drawings done in his studio into an outdoor setting along the banks of a river near Meric.
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December 27th, 2013
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