Woman with an umbrella in the garden by Pierre Auguste Renoir

Woman with an umbrella in the garden by Pierre Auguste Renoir

This painting dates from the period when Auguste Renoir, along with Claude Monet, developed a new language in painting. This genre is ultimately possible as a typical impressionism.

Here Renoir depicted a garden with an elevated point, which allowed the artist to perform a wide foreground filled with wild wildflowers, creating the effect of a floating-air surface with soft contours.

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