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Pierre-Auguste Renoir Oil Painting Reproductions
“You come to nature with all her theories, and she knocks them all flat.” Pierre Auguste-Renoir

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

A Bather

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

A Bouquet of Roses

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

A Waitress at Duval’s Restaurant

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

A Woman Nursing a Child

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

A Young Girl with Daisies

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Acrobats at the Cirque Fernando

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

After Bathing

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

After the Bath

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

After the Bath II

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

After the Luncheon

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Albert Cahen d’Anvers

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Alfred Berard and his Dog

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Algerian Girl

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Aline Charigot (Madame Renoir)

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Alphonsine Fournaise

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

At the Cafe

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

At the Concert (Box at the Opera)

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

At the Inn of Mother Anthony

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

At the Milliner’s

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

At the Theatre (La Premiere Sortie)

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Avenue Through the Undergrowth

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Bather

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

Bather Arranging Her Hair


Pierre-Auguste Renoir Paintings

One of the great French Impressionists, Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born on February 25, 1841 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, France. Helping develop the Impressionist movement, Renoir paintings are revered for their use of color, artistic expression, and impeccable detail. Pierre Auguste Renoir paintings display the beauty of the feminine form and the artist enjoyed painting nudes. Oil paintings by Renoir are true representations of the Impressionist movement and express strong emotion through the use of color, light, reflection, and carefully constructed brush strokes. When selecting Renoir famous paintings you will find there are many to choose. The Luncheon of the Boating Party is one of the most easily recognized works of Pierre Renoir. Paintings often include group scenes, portraits, still lifes, as well as nudes. Many Renior paintings depict Parisian life from the early 19th century, giving them a personal and historic feel.

Renoir paintings feature a beautiful use of saturation in color and hue, providing the art works a splendid realism that is vibrant and lively. Pierre Auguste Renoir paintings include the self-portrait, as well as portraits of those close to the artist. Though Renoir began painting in 1862, it was not until 1874 that France took notice of the artistic genius. It was then that six paintings by Renoir were displayed in an exhibition focusing on Impressionism. By 1887, Renior paintings included the nudes including the famous work, The Bathers. Reproductions of Pierre Renoir paintings are a wonderful adornment to interior design environments and the soft, muted, yet vibrant colors favored by the artist easily complement décor styles. For those selecting artwork to add to their collection, there may be no better choice than Renoir. Famous paintings by the artist extend beyond nudes and include Two Young Girls at the PianoDancing at the Moulin de la GaletteLa GrenouillereMadame Charpentier and Her Children, and Two Girls Reading. Paintings by Renoir featuring nudes include Two Nudes Wearing Hats, Young Girl Bathing, Young Woman Bathing, Nude in the Water, Nude Reclining on the Grass, and Nude Seated on a Sofa. 

Renoir paintings include popular still lifes, such as Roses in a Blue Vase, Roses in a Vase, and Roses and Jasmine in a Delft Vase.The varied subject matter featured in Pierre Auguste Renoir artworks ensures that all art lovers can select works that are best suited for their particular artistic tastes. For those who appreciate the beauty, style, and elegance of the Impressionists, there may be no better addition to an art collection than a Renoir. Famous paintings by Renoir are appreciated for their sensuality, and realistic approach, and are a treasure to all who own them.

Many of Pierre Renoir paintings feature 19th century scenes of groups of crowded people in open-air settings. The realism to Renior art has catapulted him to one of the most beloved artist in the United States and Europe. For those who want to add the beauty and charm of Renoir to their homes or offices, a Renoir reproduction is an excellent choice. Renoir was one of the greatest Impressionists of all time, and his art continues to enthrall viewers as much today as in the 19th century.

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