Pavia, the exhibition "Renoir. la Vie en Peinture "

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Devoted to the beauty, the joy of life, the triumph of the senses and vitality: these are the terms in which it could be identified Pierre Auguste Renoir, who said openly that his philosophy is expressive: “For me, a framework should be something pleasant, cheerful and beautiful, so beautiful! There are already too many unpleasant things in life that is not the case to create even the others”. The exhibition held in Pavia brings together a select and unique series of paintings and drawings by Renoir, some of which have never been exhibited in Italy, featuring works from galleries around the world, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, Columbus Museum of Art (Ohio) and the Pompidou Centre in Paris. Of note is a series of still life works by the great Impressionist master.

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Pavia, the exhibition "Renoir. la Vie en Peinture "

  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1857830-pavia2/
  2. 2. In Pavia, the stables of the Visconti Castle hosted the exhibition “Renoir. La vie enpeinture”, which traces the sixty years of artistic career of the great FrenchImpressionist. In fact, precisely because Renoir was artistically active for over halfa century, is not totally correct to define it only as an impressionist painter. Themore than five thousand works by Renoir, in their overwhelming amount, explainhow the Renoir can not be considered an artist only a single current follower ofpainting. Devoted to the beauty, the joy of life, the triumph of the senses andvitality: these are the terms in which it could be identified Pierre Auguste Renoir,who said openly that his philosophy is expressive: “For me, a framework shouldbe something pleasant, cheerful and beautiful, so beautiful! There are alreadytoo many unpleasant things in life that is not the case to create even the others”.The exhibition held in Pavia brings together a select and unique series ofpaintings and drawings by Renoir, some of which have never been exhibited inItaly, featuring works from galleries around the world, including the NationalGallery of Art in Washington, Columbus Museum of Art (Ohio) and the PompidouCentre in Paris. Of note is a series of still life works by the great Impressionistmaster.Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 - 1919)
  3. 3. Femmes dans un paysage,Collezione Annette Gabbay,London
  4. 4. PortraitofWilhelmMuhlfeld,1910,SouthamptonCityArtGallerySelfportraitSterlingandFrancineClarkArtInstituteWilliamstownUSA
  5. 5. Paysage,Musée des Beaux Art, Reims
  6. 6. Portrait de Claude Monet,1875,Conseil General du Gers - Abbayede Flaran - Collection M. SimonowPaysage,Woman in a landscape
  7. 7. PortraitofMadameHenriotMadameHenriotentravestyColumbusMuseumofArt
  8. 8. Jeune femme au chapeau noir - 1880-1890 circa,Palais des Beaux Arts de Lille
  9. 9. PortraitofMademoiselleMartheLeCoeur-1873Laloge-1879,FondationBemberg,Toulouse
  10. 10. Labaigneuse,Muséed’artetd’histoire,VilledeGenève
  11. 11. Femmenuedansunpaysage,1883MuséedelOrangerieBatherArrangingherHair1893NationalGalleryofArt,Washington
  12. 12. BatherwithBlondeHairNeueGalerieViennaSleepingwoman1897
  13. 13. The Large Bathers1884-1887PhiladelphiaMuseum of Art
  14. 14. The Great Bathers(The Nymphs)Musée dOrsay
  15. 15. Bather(1887)Nasjonalmuseet,OsloBatherWithaGriffon.1870
  16. 16. Les baigneuses (Bathers)1918The Barnes Foundation,Merion, Pennsylvania
  17. 17. Gabrielle, 1905 -1909Fondation Pierre Gianadda
  18. 18. A Christies employee hangs French artist Pierre-Auguste RenoirsBaigneuse at a viewing at Christies auction housewhich sold for a record $20.9 million at auction in 1997
  19. 19. One of the most beautiful Renoir(est. £12-18 million) that sold in2012 to a buyer for an undisclosedprice somewhere within theestimate, according to Christie’s.
  20. 20. Notinthisexhibition
  21. 21. Roses–1915circa,MuséedesBeauxArtsetdArchéologiedeBesansonDanceatBougival,1883BostonMuseumofFineArts
  22. 22. Marine,Musée des Beaux Arts, Reims
  23. 23. YoungGirl-Seated1909MuséedOrsayThebraid(SuzanneValadon)1886
  24. 24. Woman with a Parasol and aSmall Child on a Sunlit Hillsideat Boston Museum of Fine Arts
  25. 25. Woman at the garden-1873
  26. 26. BustofaWomanWithaYellowCorsage1883.Girlcrocheting
  27. 27. WomanReading1874-1876MuséedOrsayHeadofGabrielle
  28. 28. ThePortofLaRochelle(1896)Privatecollection
  29. 29. RosesinaVase,c.1910-1917HermitageMuseumWomanwithacatTheNationalGalleryofArt(NGA)
  30. 30. Study for the croquet game -1892Private Collection
  31. 31. SleepingGirl(GirlwithaCat)SterlingandFrancineClarkArtInstituteatWilliamstown,MAIreneCahendAnvers1880E.G.BurhleCollection,Zurich
  32. 32. Woman in white in thegarden at Colettes 1915Galerie Daniel Malingue
  33. 33. The Farm at Les Collettes, c.1915Musée des Collettes
  34. 34. RosesForest Grove, Oregon, United States
  35. 35. Dejeuner-canotiersLuncheon of the Boating Party1881The Phillips Collection
  36. 36. After the Luncheon (La fin du déjeuner)Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
  37. 37. Face studyThe Sleeper 1880, collection privée
  38. 38. The Writing Lesson 1895Private collectionClaude Renoir at play sun 1905Musée dOrsay
  39. 39. The Skiff (La Yole)1875The National Gallery,London
  40. 40. PortraitofaWoman,1874PortraitofClaudeMonetMuséedOrsay
  41. 41. Girls Reading in a Garden
  42. 42. Portrait of Jean and GenevieveCaillebotte
  43. 43. MademoiselleRomaineLacaux1864TheRambler1895
  44. 44. Girl Reading 1890 Museum of Fine Arts - HoustonAnemones
  45. 45. Picking flowers – La cueillette des fleur-1875, Ailsa Mellon Bruce CollectionNational Gallery of Art, Washington
  46. 46. Femme à l’ombrelle assise dans le jardin(Lise Tréhot), 1872
  47. 47. Children by the Sea in Guernsey1883The Barnes Foundation, Merion,PennsylvaniaHead of a Dog 1870
  48. 48. Woman with a dogUmbrellas
  49. 49. Oarsmen at Chatou, 1879National Art Gallery Washington DC
  50. 50. La Roche-Guyon (1885)Aberdeen Art Gallery and MuseumsLes collettes -1908,Musée des Beaux-Arts, La Chaux-de-Fonds
  51. 51. Cagnes Landscape, 1899
  52. 52. HeadofaYoungWoman(YellowHat)1892PrivateCollectionTwoSisters(OntheTerrace)ArtInstituteofChicago
  53. 53. Country Footpath in the Summer1874Musée dOrsay
  54. 54. Le Village De BonnecourtLa balançoire (The Swing) 1876Musée dOrsay
  55. 55. Dance at Le Moulin de laGalette1876Musée dOrsay
  56. 56. Text and pictures: InternetCopyright: All the images belong to their authorsPresentation: Sanda Foi oreanuşwww.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Giovanni Marradi - Greatest Love

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