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Guy Rose paintings are widely considered to be the apex of early California Impressionism. Born in San Gabriel, California, to a wealthy family, Guy Rose was afforded education at the San Francisco School of Design, and at the Academie Julian in Paris. Rose spent a good part of his life in France, and in 1899 bought a cottage in Giverny, where he was greatly influenced by Claude Monet. In 1912 Rose returned to the U.S., and was the Director of the Stickney School of Art in Pasadena from 1914-1920. The following year Rose suffered a stroke caused by lead poisoning. Known as a masterful, pure Impressionist, Rose’s works include coastals, figuratives, and landscapes of California and France.

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