Jean-Pierre Hoschedé

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"Bébé Jean" Claude Monet 1878.
Jean-Pierre Hoschedé showing his portrait by Monet.

Jean-Pierre Hoschedé (1877-1961) was the youngest child of Alice and Ernest Hoschedé.

Some authors suggest that he could be Claude Monet's son, because Alice and Claude may have had an affair during Monet's stay at the couple's chateau de Montgeron.

Jean-Pierre Hoschedé wrote a valuable book of family memories about Claude Monet : "Claude Monet ce mal connu"