Pierre Renoir was the first impressionist to have gained immense popularity among the French rich thanks to writing many beautiful portraits of famous people. He skillfully owned light and shade,
Gabriel Renard is a Frenchwoman who has become an important member of the family of the artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir, the former nanny of the artist’s son and often his model.
The famous French impressionist artist P. O. Renoir can hardly be called a master of still life or landscape. These genres have never occupied the dominant positions in his practice.
In 1879, Renoir painted a portrait of Alfonsina Furnes, which is located in the Louvre. This portrait as it connects the works of Renoir 1879-1881, created on the Seine, in
“In 1880, Renoir painted a portrait of Irene Caen d’Anverse, the daughter of a wealthy financier and banker Caen d’Anvers. – red hair, scattered over the shoulders and falling to
A wonderful vivid example of “Renoir’s” impressionism – the painting “Walk”, completed in 1870. The plot of the picture is unpretentious – a gallant couple walks against the backdrop of
Renoir was distinguished by constancy to his favorite places and landscapes. One of these places was the family restaurant House Fournesa, in which the painter liked to visit. A number
“… His admiration for Viktor Shoke, who not only bought the works of Renoir and other impressionists, but also became an active promoter of their work among his friends, as
This painting was created by Pierre Renoir in 1883. The artist appreciated life and admired her. He was always attracted to his female beauty, its mysteriousness. The smooth white skin
“It is hardly literally three the portraits of dancing couples written by Renoir in 1883: The Dance in the City”, “The Dance in Bougival”, “The Dance in the Village”, sometimes
Painting by Pierre Auguste Renoir “The Lodge” is one of his most famous works. The theatrical box depicted on it, marked by only a few elements, is rather a decoration,
Claude Monet told what happened that day in his garden in the city of Argente. Renoir appeared to be his guest, and, delighted with the atmosphere, decided to paint the
Circus Fernando was founded in 1875, and in 1890 it was renamed the Circus Medrano. It was the main entertainment for the artists of Monmart. Circus Fernando had a room
Madame Georges Charpentier, nee Madame Margaret-Louise Lemonnier was the wife of Georges Charpentier. This man was a publisher in Paris. He published the novels of Flaubert, Zola and Goncourt. This