IMPRESSIONISM AUGUSTE RENOIR
AUGUSTE RENOIR    (1841-1919)      - works as a painter on a      porcelain      - goes to Paris and becomes a      pupil ...
La Grenouillère (1869)
Impressionist Period               (1872–1883)   Painted snapshots of real life   Used sparkling colour and light   Bel...
The Path Winding Up Through Tall Grass                 Foreground:                 -thick, vigorous                 comma-...
The Swing      Human figure is a pert       of a landscape      Light is created with       large round patches      Ph...
Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette
The Portrait of Jeanne Samary                No shadows or                 darkness                Tiny quivering touches
Luncheon of the Boating Party
”The pain passes, but  the beauty remains”            A. Renoir
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Auguste renoir

  1. 1. IMPRESSIONISM AUGUSTE RENOIR
  2. 2. AUGUSTE RENOIR (1841-1919) - works as a painter on a porcelain - goes to Paris and becomes a pupil of Charles Gleyre - works together with Claude Monet
  3. 3. La Grenouillère (1869)
  4. 4. Impressionist Period (1872–1883) Painted snapshots of real life Used sparkling colour and light Believed art should be pretty Favored themes of instant appeal – Lovely women – Pretty children – Beautiful scenes
  5. 5. The Path Winding Up Through Tall Grass Foreground: -thick, vigorous comma-like brush strokes Middle distance, background: -thin, flat patches of colours merging into one another
  6. 6. The Swing  Human figure is a pert of a landscape  Light is created with large round patches  Phantasmagoria of colours  Criss-crossing brush strokes
  7. 7. Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette
  8. 8. The Portrait of Jeanne Samary  No shadows or darkness  Tiny quivering touches
  9. 9. Luncheon of the Boating Party
  10. 10. ”The pain passes, but the beauty remains” A. Renoir

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