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The Painter's Garden at Saint-Privé
Henri-Joseph Harpignies

In about 1879 Harpignies retired to his property of La Trémellerie at Saint-Privé on the banks of the river Loing (in the département of the Yonne), south-east of Paris. The formal garden there became a favourite subject for the artist.

Key facts
Artist Henri-Joseph Harpignies
Artist dates 1819 - 1916
Full title The Painter's Garden at Saint-Privé
Date made 1886
Medium and support Oil on canvas
Dimensions 59.7 x 81.3 cm
Inscription summary Signed; Dated
Acquisition credit Presented by H. Arthur Robinson in memory of Mrs R.H. Tripp, 1923; transferred from the Tate, 1956
Inventory number NG1358
Location in Gallery Not on display
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