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If you accept to play the “game”, please keep in mind that first you must click above on Get File to open the file.

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    English   Flying Over A Renoirs Famous Painting English Flying Over A Renoirs Famous Painting Presentation Transcript

    • Click on Get File to watch PPS effects and listen to the music If you like impressionist painting, you are kindly invited to fly over the canvas of one of the most famous paintings of Pierre-Auguste Renoir. If you accept to play the “game”, please keep in mind that first you must click above on Get File to open the file. Then click once to start the flight
    • click on ‘Get File’ To fly over the Renoir’s painting you‘ll previously need
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    • “ Le Bal au Moulin de la Galette” oil on canvas, 131 x 175 cm, is one of Renoir’s most famous paintings. It was painted in 1876 and it is at present exhibited at the ‘ Musée d’Orsay’ Paris, France. Every scene and every portrait is a true painting by itself. Now, we will try to find some of them. Let's see.
    • Every scene and every portrait is a true painting by itself. Now, we will try to find some of them. Let's see.
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    • [email_address] You were listening to “Arabesque #1” from Claude Debussy’s Suite Bergamasque . Debussy, a contemporary of Renoir, is considered one of the first impressionist musicians. Translation into English thanks to my friend Mary Chang (http://www.slideshare.net/mrents) High resolution image of the Renoir’s painting is from Internet.