Portrait of Coco is a 1903 painting in the Impressionist style by the leading French artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. This work is located in the São Paulo Museum of Art in São Paulo, Brazil.
This painting, full of yellow and blue hues, depicts a two-year-old boy named Coco, the third son of Auguste Renoir, who will become a well-known film director as an adult. The delicate and pale skin of the child and the blue dress contrasts with the yellow-brown hair which almost fades into the background. Pierre-Auguste Renoir created this painting at the age of 62.