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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Jeune Femme Assise Dans L'Herbe

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Description: "Jeune Femme Assise Dans L'Herbe" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Unsigned Lithograph. Paper size is 21 x 27 inches, with an image size of 18.5 x 21.5 inches. The Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated B: Very Good Condition, with signs of handling or age. Additional details: Impressionist pioneer Pierre-Auguste Renoir's "Jeune Femme Assise Dans L'Herbe". At the end of his life, Renoir's hands became nearly paralyzed by arthritis. Despite his limited mobility, he was able to continue producing works by taping his brush directly to his hand. His works continued to emulate his ability to capture the world around him. The voluminous clouds, reflecting light off the water, and the rosy cheeks of a young girl remained vibrant and abundant in his works. Renoir, who was resolutely rejected from the salon along with other Impressionists of the late 19th century, was considered the first Impressionist portrait painter, applying the methods of his peers Manet and Monet, to the human face. The influence of Impressionist color and light theory began to appear in his work in 1870. Lithograph with text published by Daniel Jacomet.

Condition Report: B: Very Good Condition, with signs of handling or age

Notes: Impressionist pioneer Pierre-Auguste Renoir's "Jeune Femme Assise Dans L'Herbe". At the end of his life, Renoir's hands became nearly paralyzed by arthritis. Despite his limited mobility, he was able to continue producing works by taping his brush directly to his hand. His works continued to emulate his ability to capture the world around him. The voluminous clouds, reflecting light off the water, and the rosy cheeks of a young girl remained vibrant and abundant in his works. Renoir, who was resolutely rejected from the salon along with other Impressionists of the late 19th century, was considered the first Impressionist portrait painter, applying the methods of his peers Manet and Monet, to the human face. The influence of Impressionist color and light theory began to appear in his work in 1870. Lithograph with text published by Daniel Jacomet.

Dimensions: 21 x 27 inches

Artist or Maker: Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Medium: Lithograph

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