Auguste Renoir

Auguste Renoir - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Auguste Renoir (Limoges February 25, 1841 - Cagnes-sur-Mer December 3rd, 1919), is one of the most famous French painters. Hardly classifiable, he belonged to the impressionist school, but he quickly followed a different way, since the 1880s. More interested in painting portraits and the female nude rather than landscapes, he develops a characteristic way of painting that transcends his early influences. For about sixty years He painted about six thousand pictures, which is a record before Picasso.

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Auguste Renoir

Ball at the Moulin de la Galette

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1876, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. This work is probably the most important of Renoir in the mid-1870s and was exposed at the Impressionist exhibition of 1877. If the artist chooses to represent some of his friends, he focuses primarily on making the vehement and cheerful atmosphere of this popular establishment of Montmartre. This painting, anchored by...
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Auguste Renoir

Ball at the Moulin de la Galette (detail)

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1876, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. The study of the moving crowd in a light both natural and artificial is processed by vibrant and colorful accents. The feeling of a certain dissolution of forms was one of the causes of negative reactions from critics at the time.
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Auguste Renoir

Boy with a Whip

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Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
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Auguste Renoir

Dance in the Country

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1883, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. Dance in the City. Dance in the Country. One could multiply the oppositions between the two panels starting with the choice of colors: cold for  Suzanne Valadon's  dress, the model in Dance in the City,  warm for Aline Charigot's, Renoir's future wife, who lends her laughing traits to the country dancer. Beyond their...
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Auguste Renoir

Large Nude

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1907, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. The female nude, favorite subject of Renoir throughout his career, is often depicted by the artist in the light of the outdoors rather than in an interior. This Large Nude reveals the evolution of Renoir towards a style full of references to classical art. In the twentieth century, artists such as Henri Matisse and...
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Auguste Renoir

Maternity

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1885, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. Maternity also called The Child at his mother's breast. Pierre, Renoir's first son, was born March 21, 1885. Over the following months the artist performs a series of drawings and oil paintings with subject Aline, his future wife breastfeeding the newborn. All these works show figures in the same pose with the little...
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