Characterized by soft contours and free-flowing brushwork, Renoir’s canvases have a fresh, glazed effect that owes much to the artist’s early employment as a decorator of porcelain china. Later, he painted alongside Claude Monet, participating in the Impressionist exhibition of 1874. However, as Monet turned increasingly toward abstraction, Renoir found new inspiration in the old masters, blending the classical traditions of the Renaissance with the techniques of the 19th century avant-garde.
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir : “Regatta at Argenteuil” (1874)
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