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Charles Camoin

La Petite Lina (1907), oil on canvas, 66 x 55 cm. Le Musée Cantini, Marseille

Charles Camoin (French: ; 23 September 1879 – 20 May 1965) was a French painter associated with the Fauves.[1]

Born in Pompidou Museum in Paris.

Charles Camoin's works have been widely shown in France and are in such major collections as the Prix du President de la Republique at the Biennale of Menton. He died in Paris on 20 May 1965.


  1. ^ a b Les Fauves: A Sourcebook, by Russell T. Clement, p. 2, web: Google Books.
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