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An oeuvre (or œuvre) is a work of art. It can also refer to the complete body of an artist's work.
Oeuvre(s) or Œuvre(s) may also refer to
- L'Œuvre, a novel by Émile Zola
- Œuvres, a work by Emil Cioran
- Œuvres, a work by Auguste Brizeaux
- Oeuvres, a work by Laurent Pariente
- Œuvres Completes, a work by Georges Bataille
- Œuvres Completes, a work by Louis Racine
- Œuvres Completes, a work by Louis Antoine de Saint-Just
- Œuvres Completes, a work by Alexis de Tocqueville
- Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame, a Strasbourg museum typically called Oeuvre Notre-Dame
- Théâtre de l'Œuvre, a Parisian playhouse
- Œuvre de secours aux enfants, a World War II-era humanitarian organization
See also 
- Catalogue raisonné, a complete enumeration of an artist's oeuvre.
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