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PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR

ROCKY CRAGS AT L'ESTAQUE, 1882

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Renoir passed through Provence on his return trip to France from Italy in January 1882, stopping at the fishing village of L’Estaque on the Mediterranean coast, where Cézanne had painted regularly since the 1860s. The landscapes Renoir composed there betray the depth of his admiration for Cézanne, whose more structured, architectonic treatment of rock Renoir emulates in this painting.

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