Charles Camoin - Port de Cassis (detail), 1901

Charles Camoin

France 1879 - 1965


Charles Camoin
Charles Camoin
June 13, 2013
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One of the artists associated with forming the original group titled as Fauves (standing for “the wild beasts”), Charles Camoin was a French painter whose work has been shown widely in France.

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