Frédéric Bazille Paintings

Jean Frédéric Bazille (December 6, 1841 – November 28, 1870) was an Impressionist painter born to a wealthy Protestant family in France. In many of Bazille”s major works are based on a concept in which the subject is painted “en plein air” within a landscape. Learn more »

Paintings by Frederic Bazille in Chronological Order

The Dog Rita Asleep, 1864 The Pink Dress, 1864 Beach at Sainte-Adresse, 1865
Forest of Fontainebleau, 1865 Landscape at Chailly, 1865 Studio in the rue de Furstenberg, 1865
The Improvised Field-Hospital, 1865 Village Street, 1865 Portrait of Édouard Blau, 1866
Self-Portrait, 1866 Still Life with Fish, 1866 Study of Flowers, 1866
Family Reunion, 1867 Landscape of Aigues-Mortes, 1867 Mall of Aigues-Mortes, 1867
Port of the Queen at Aigues-Mortes, 1867 Portrait of Auguste Renoir, 1867 Studio of the Rue Visconti, 1867
The Heron, 1867 The Little Gardener, 1866-1867 The Terrace at Méric (Oleander), 1867
Flowers, 1868 Portrait of Alphonse Tissie, 1868 Self-Portrait, 1867-1868
Self-Portrait at Saint-Saveur, 1868 View of the Village of Castelnau-le-Lez, 1868 Portrait of Edmond Maitre, 1869
The Fortune Teller, 1869 Young Woman with Lowered Eyes, 1869 Landscape on the Shore of Lez, 1870
Louis Auriol Fishing, 1870 Negress with Peonies, 1870 Dried Fish
Man with a Pipe Manet and His Easel Grape Picker in a Cap
Grape Picker in a Cap Grape Picker in a Yellow Hat Saint-Saveur
Self-Portrait (1) Soup Bowl Covers