Renoir in Paris

Renoir in Paris reveals a completely different painter from the one who painted the figures and nudes with which he is all too often associated. The landscape artist discovered himself in the views of the capital which he painted between 1867 and 1895, firstly, as a young artist looking for his voice among the picturesque solutions of his elders, then as a critic of Haussmann’s transformation of old Paris, always consistently wishing to draw an idyllic society in which each individual has a place. Among these paintings are some of his masterpieces, such as Bal du Moulin de la Galette and Le Déjeuner des Canotiers.


Poids 220 g
Dimensions 9 × 190 × 160 mm
Nb de pages

32 pages






par Bruno Delarue

Renoir in Paris
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