A French Villa Where Art Blossomed

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A French Villa Where Art Blossomed

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Since the late 18th century, legions of expatriates have traded city life for the sea and sunshine of the French Riviera. These itinerants left their mark on the region’s history—and its architecture.

Among the grand villas along the Côte d’Azur is a Belle Epoch-style home built by John H. Harjes. Located in the village of Grasse, 12 miles inland of Cannes, the 3,767-square-foot home was built in the late 19th century and dubbed Villa Angeletto by Mr. Harjes, an American banker and philanthropist who moved to Paris in…

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