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Berthe Morisot’s house

Berthe Morisot's house at Bougival

Berthe Morisot lived and worked in Bougival, at 4 rue de la Princesse where she rented this house, which is today a medical practice, and she spent every summer in it between 1881 and 1884. During 1982, she spent most of the year at the house with her husband Eugène Manet and her daughter Julie.

The house had a very large garden full of flowers. Here she painted: The Fable (1883), Julie and Eugene Manet (1883), Red haired girl sitting on a veranda (1884), The Garden at Bougival (1884), Roses Trémières (Hollyhocks) (…)

Discover Berthe Morisot’s paintings at Musée Marmottan in Paris.

 Eugene Manet and his daughter at Bougival (1881)Berthe Morisot, Eugene Manet and his daugther in the garden at Bougival, 1881, Musée Marmottan, Paris.

The Garden at Bougival (1884)Berthe Morisot, The garden at Bougival, 1884, Musée Marmottan, Paris

 

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