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Pierre Auguste Renoir

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 - 1919)

Renoir was one of the leading painters of the Impressionist group. He evolved a technique of broken brushstrokes and used bold combinations of pure complementary colours, to capture the light and movement of his landscapes and figure subjects. Following a visit to Italy in 1881 his style changed, becoming more linear and classical.

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Young Girls on the River Bank by Pierre Auguste Renoir

Young Girls on the River Bank Painting by Pierre Auguste Renoir

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Seine at Asnieres

Seine at Asnieres tapestry is now woven in Belgium as one of the Auguste-Pierre Renoir art tapestries. A brightly coloured summery wall-hanging from his 1879 oil painting in the National Gallery, London. It is lined and has a rod pocket - we provide tapestry hanging instructions with your order.

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Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Let's take a closer look at Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. I'll cover: Key Details Key Features Main Colors Grayscale Notan Rule of Thirds Quotes about the painting Similar Paintings Other Resources Want to Learn More? Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1881 Key Details Date created: 1881 Dimensions: 51 x 68 inches Current ownership: The Phillips Collection, Art Museum Medium: Oil on canvas Key Features The key features of the painting are: Complexity: There are many moving parts. Not an easy scene to paint. Painterly brushwork: It looks like a painting. Renoir's brushwork plays well into an energetic,

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Renoir era afable, una alma diamantina, aunque en sus últimos años con los achaques se tornó algo huraño.

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Country Dance Bath & Body Oil - 2 oz (Half Size)

Description Dance in the Country (Danse à la campagne) evokes a glorious and cheerful moment of revelry and joy of love, in the 1883 painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The dancers are the central part of the painting, but their palpable happiness is the primary subject. The gaiety of dancing in the open, country air shows the looser end of society, the freer love influenced by the carefree reputation that spending time away from the city seemed to bring. The sister portrait to this one is Dance in the City which is more constrained, muted, and shows no expression or emotion. Joyful love, in a new style from Renoir, breaks with the stuffy tradition of the past, quite literally juxtaposed with its old-style counterpart. The artist seeks to express with this piece that following the heart leads to the freedom that true love brings. Scent Country Dance smells like a waltz in the blooming garden of paradise. The top note of this blend is fresh Cherry Blossom, which boosts self confidence and wards against depressive moods. Lower notes of Pomegranate, symbolic of wisdom and prosperity, and white Magnolia, the flower of unity and passion. Directions Using glass dropper, administer oil onto desired area and massage into skin. Allow up to five minutes for skin to fully absorb. For external use only. Shake well. Love hard. Packaged in a 2 oz (Half Size) or 4 oz (Full Size) reusable glass dropper bottle with an attached dropper. Ingredients Sunflower Seed Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Fragrance Oil (Phthalate Free) and Mica Colorant

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In the Garden - Pierre-Auguste Renoir

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