French Artists' paintings

Tejal Nair

Matisse painted this picture in 1916. It’s of the interior of a living room. There are two chairs, a wastebasket, a table in the center, a radiator on the wall, and a curtained window that looks out into the bright sunlight. This painting is now held in the Detroit Institute of Arts.
In this painting, it paints a picture of the famous Mary Cassatt. Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt both painted this painting together. This was an oil on canvas painting. If you like this painting it is held in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery. In Washington D.C. This painting started the friendship between Degas and Cassatt.
This painting is called The Young Woman in a Landscape, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. This painting shows a woman reading in a grassy field. No one is sure who the woman is of. (Assuming it is of a woman, and not from his imagination.) This photo is found in the Huntington Museum of Art. It is in San Marino, California.
The painting called the View of he Sea at L'Estaque by Paul Cezanne, is a picture in L'Estaque, Marseille, France. This painting is in the Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe. It is in Germany. This shows rocks and trees, with a blue water in the background.
This is a painting of a woman in a blue robe. Again, no one knows who this woman is but, Picasso has painted his heartbreaks, so this woman may be yet another heartbreak of Picasso. If you look closely, you can see the expression on her face.
Monet loved painting pictures of waterlilies. He painted many paintings of water liles, that looked very similar. When you look closely, the strokes don't look like like water lilies anymore, they look like just slashes.
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