COMPETITION: Guess the artwork to WIN – Day 3

MaVieFrançaise™ and the National Gallery of Victoria have teamed up to bring you something special…

Would you like to see the new exhibition ‘Radiance: Neo-Impressionism’? Well, we have double passes to offer to five lucky membersRead more about the exhibition here.

The MaVieFrançaise™ mystery painting…

All you have to do to win is tell us the artist and title of a mystery painting. And to make it a little trickier… we’re only showing you a small section of the whole painting!

We will then select one winner from all correct responses. You’ll have the chance to win one double pass every day this week.

Today’s painting…

Click here to see the paintings on show at ‘Radiance: Neo-Impressionism’, and seek out the mystery painting.

Yesterday’s answer: Paul SIGNAC, ‘Saint-Tropez. Fontaine des Lices’, 1895

WIN – It’s simple!

  1. JOIN the MaVieFrançaise™ community for free and
  2. In a COMMENT below this article, tell us:
    • The title of the painting above, and the name of the artist who painted it.

We will then select a winner from among those who answered correctly today (19 December), at 5pm AEST.

Bonne chance !

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Judy MacMahon

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  1. phoebep Dec 19, 2012 at 12:58 PM - Reply

    Henri-Edmond Cross. Bords méditerranéens

  2. Elizabeth George Dec 19, 2012 at 12:58 PM - Reply

    The painting is Mediterranean shores
    painted by Henri-Edmond CROSS

  3. Judy MacMahon Dec 19, 2012 at 5:32 PM - Reply

    Congratulations Elizabeth – you’ve been selected as our lucky winner for Wednesday!

    If you missed out this time, don’t worry – there’s always tomorrow!

    Stay tuned…

  4. Elizabeth George Dec 20, 2012 at 9:52 AM - Reply

    Merci beaucoup !!!

  5. phoebep Dec 20, 2012 at 2:52 PM - Reply

    Achille Laugé. Portrait de Madame Astre

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