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Still Life With Flowers - Large Art Prints

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir Paintings
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 – 1919), a French artist, was a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style.

He enjoyed depicting his friends and lovers with expressive candor, conveying a youthful exuberance and intimate charm

And such as a celebrator of beauty, especially feminine sensuality, it has been said that "Renoir is the final representative of a tradition which runs directly from Rubens to Watteau". View Artist Collection
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36x31 inches

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43x36 inches
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About Still Life With Flowers
"Still Life With Flowers" by Pierre Auguste Renoir is his very famous painting. For the French impressionists, the goal of creating realistic images of the world around them involved painting directly from the subject outdoors. They also sought to capture effects of light, which gave their work its characteristic sense of immediacy and spontaneity. Not surprisingly, they found much to study in their own backyards; thus, the private garden emerged as a favorite Impressionist theme. The garden in the rue Cortot, once part of the grounds of an eighteenth-century chateau, had fallen into neglect when Auguste Renoir discovered it in 1875-76. Its wild beauty and proximity to the Moulin de la Galette (soon to be the subject of one of his most famous paintings) persuaded Renoir to rent a tumbledown cottage on the street for himself and his family. Thereafter, the garden served the artist as both an outdoor studio and a subject for his painting. The Garden in the rue Cortot captures a narrow slice of Renoir's world. The blazing dahlias in the foreground are the true subject of the picture. Their brilliant colors and exuberant growth seem almost a metaphor for the flowering of Renoir's painting under the liberating stimulus of the early Impressionist movement. The untamed nature of the garden lends itself to the broad and varied brushwork of the Impressionist style, which in Renoir's case achieved unprecedented freedom and expressiveness. In the background, as if an afterthought, two male figures—possibly his friends Claude Monet and Alfred Sisley—stand in conversation over a wicker gate. Renoir's free, flickering brushstrokes seem to weave the two figures into the patterns created by the cool light and the contrasting shade that envelop the garden.
About the Large Art Prints
Still Life With Flowers by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Bring your artworks and prints to life with our extra large size products. Carefully printed on high quality materials these large size prints come with equal sized mat that adds a depth perspective (frames) or stretched on a white maple wooden frame (gallery wrap). Your product will be shipped within 4 days in "ready to frame" condition for canvas rolls and "ready to hang" condition for frames and wraps with pre-attached hanging wire and/or mounting points.

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