(1841 - 1870)
Frederic Bazille was active/lived in France. Frederic Bazille is known for impressionist painting.
A painter of landscapes and figures in landscapes in traditional style,
Jean Frederic Bazille was born in Montpelier, France to a wealthy
family whose members were patrons of the arts and especially supportive
of Impressionist painters. As a young artist in mid-century
Paris, Bazille began associating with revolutionary painters,
especially Impressionists, but he retained his own style, which was
He studied with Charles Gleyre, a Swiss painter, whose Impressionist
style had influenced James McNeill Whistler and many others.
Through Gleyre, Bazille met Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and
they became his close friends. He did plein-air painting with
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