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Monet and Camille [EOL in Art 9]

Monet lived to 86.  But his wife Camille Doncieux died at just 32.

“Camille Monet sur son lit de mort,” or “Camille on Her Deathbed” (1879) is one of Monet’s most powerful paintings of his wife.


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