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Misia Sert
Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Misia Sert, née Godebska (1872 - 1950), was a notable figure in the circle of avant-garde artists in Paris at the turn of the century. She had been married to Thadée Natanson and in 1903 she began living with Alfred Edwards. Later she married the Spanish painter José Maria Sert, and it is as Misia Sert that she is chiefly remembered.

Key facts
Artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Artist dates 1841 - 1919
Full title Misia Sert
Date made 1904
Medium and support Oil on canvas
Dimensions 92.1 x 73 cm
Inscription summary Signed; Dated
Acquisition credit Bought, 1960
Inventory number NG6306
Location in Gallery Room 41
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