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Claude Renoir

French cinematographer
Claude Renoir was a French cinematographer. He was the son of actor Pierre Renoir, the nephew of director Jean Renoir, and the grandson of painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir. He was born in Paris, his mother being actress Véra Sergine. Wikipedia
Born: December 4, 1913, Paris, France
Died: September 5, 1993, Troyes, France
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Claude Renoir (December 4, 1913 – September 5, 1993) was a French cinematographer. He was the son of actor Pierre Renoir, the nephew of director Jean ... Died: September 5, 1993 (aged 79); Troyes, Aube, Champagne, France Born: December 4, 1913; Paris, France
Claude Renoir, also known as "Coco," was the youngest son of the French Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir (aka Auguste Renoir) and brother to the ...
Claude Renoir, Cinematographer: The Spy Who Loved Me. Apprenticed under noted cinematographers Christian Matras and Boris Kaufman and shot or co-shot  ...
Claude Renoir, 1901-1969, was the youngest son of the French Impressionist painter Auguste Renoir and brother to the French character actor, Pierre, and ...
Learn more about Claude Renoir Pierre Auguste Renoir - oil artwork, painted by one of the most celebrated masters in the history of art.
A child of Renoir's old age; his growth is chronicled in the plump and rosy style of the artist's late pictures. InscriptionsStamped, lower left: Renoir. ProvenanceAfter  ...
Claude Renoir was a French cinematographer. He was the son of actor Pierre Renoir, the nephew of director Jean Renoir, and the grandson of painter ...
Renoir's parents, a tailor and a dressmaker, moved their family to Paris in 1844. At age thirteen Renoir apprenticed with the porcelain decorators Levy Frères ...
Renoir liked painting his family involved in their daily activities. Here he rapidly sketched his third son Claude, known as Coco, playing with some small lead ...