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    Pierre-Auguste Renoir Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in 1841 to a tailor and dressmaker. He attended a Christian Brother's School where he was taught the rudiments of drawing. At the age of 13 he was apprenticed to a firm of porcelain painters, Levy Freres et Compagnie, whose workshops were near the Louvre. At the same time, he took drawing lessons from the sculptor Callouette. After serving his apprenticeship as a porcelain painter, he worked for a M. Gilbert, a manufacturer of blinds. In 1860

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    Pierre-Auguste Renoir Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in 1841 to Marguerite Merlet and Léonard Renoir. In 1844 his family moved to Paris and by 1854, at the young age of thirteen, began painting flowers on porcelain cups and saucers. Through his parents, he began as a painter for the porcelain industry; his parents felt this was the perfect start for the beginnings of an artist. He came from the town of Limoges, where porcelain became almost a symbol of status and wealth. By 1860 he had left

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    Pierre Auguste Renoir is a French born artist who lived at his home town of Limoges, France. He died December 3, 1919. He was well known for his contributions to impressionist movement. All of his work contains some form warm colors which elicits a hearty and friendly atmosphere of its inhabitants. Aside from the calm nature and the tender layout of his works, his paintings almost always focused more women. “They provided him with his most potent source of inspiration are at the center of the idyllic

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    Pierre Auguste Renoir was born to a working class family in Limoges, Haute-Vienne on February 28, 1841. He worked in a porcelain factor as a young boy which helped to develop his paint skills as he was selected to paint designs on fine china. In his early years, he visited the Louvre, and studied the master artists of France. Renoir, like Monet, studied art under the hand of Charles Gleyre in Paris in 1862. Renoir was married to Aline Victorine Charigot in 1890, and had three children. Two years

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    Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in Haute-Vienne, France in 1841. He worked as an apprentice in a porcelain factory, but was more attracted to the artwork in the Louvre. Renoir began studying under Charles Gleyre, who also taught the artist Claude Monet, in 1862. For years, he painted and found little success due to financial woes and losing connections to the Le Cœur family in 1874, causing Renoir to lose his favorite painting spot. This caused his artistic subject choices to change dramatically.

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    please find: Three 19th century Impressionist. 1. Acrobats at the Cirque Fernando was painted in 1879 by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. This beautiful painting was inspired by sisters acrobats Francisca and Agelina Wittenberg's gracefully taking their bows. Pierre Ausguste Renoir successfully achieved a vision of harmony by using fine washes of paint and utilizing multidirectional brushwork. Renoir highlights the yellow of the sister’s outfit and the Cirque’s floor, the

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    crisp shadows and munificently implemented black air usual of Renoir’s early career, once the writer and his friend Monet launched to record their dynamical city in an exceedingly celebrated series of views to that this one belongs. Pierre-Auguste Renoir’ and Pierre-Étienne-Théodore Rousseau’s paintings proportion the equal biblical challenge, historic duration, and geometrical form, yet range in a number of widespread

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    artists Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Henri Matisse have carried on this tradition of depicting female nudes at leisure, in the respective pieces Nude, circa 1872 and Nude on Sofa, 1923. Both artists worked mainly from Paris and were raised from working class French families. Despite their upbringings, the similarities between the two are few. Matisse’s Nude on Sofa is 20 x 24 in. and Renoir’s Nude is 14¾ in x 10 in. both works are oil on canvas and are currently being displayed in the Norton

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    Moulin de la Galette (Bal du moulin de la Galette) was created in 1876 by the artist known as Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The medium is oil paint on canvas and the style of it is best known as French Impressionism. The painting is located in Musee d’Orsay (Paris, France). What is happening in this painting? In Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette, there is a large crowd gathering and socializing in this garden. Renoir depicts an energetic crowd for of lively faces with simple strokes of his brush. There are

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    ARTS103OL Art Appreciation FORMAL ANALYSIS FORMAL ANALYSIS of: Luncheon of the Boating Party By Auguste Renoir For ARTS103OL Art Appreciation Instructor: The intent of this paper is to provide a greater understanding of the selected art object. Through objective analysis of the formal elements that make up the art object and considerations of the social and cultural climate in which it was conceived, a greater understanding of the art objects significance will be achieved. Part

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