This was proably the single most charming site we visited on our recent trip to the Cote d'Azur. The home where Renoir spent his last 30 years has been preserved much as it was when he died in 1919. Particulary evocative is his studio, which is outfitted with his wheelchair placed in front of an easel. Several Renoir paintings and those of his contemporaries decorate the walls of the house, which is situated in a delightful grove of several hundred year old olive trees that are works of art in themselves.
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