Georgette Agutte (17 May 1867 in Paris – 5 September 1922) was a French painter.
She was the daughter of Jean Georges Agutte. In 1893 she joined Gustave Moreau's classes as a free pupil, and retained his teachings on the freedom of mind and independence. She also met Matisse and Georges Rouault among others.
After her husband's death she wrote on a note: "Voilà douze heures qu’il est parti. Je suis en retard" (He left 12 hours ago, I'm late) and committed suicide, dying in Chamonix on 5 September 1922. Knowing the importance of their collection, the Conservator of the Museum of Grenoble, Andry-Farcy, made every effort to obtain it. A retrospective was presented at the end of December 2003.
A street is named after her in the 18th arrondissement of Paris.
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