Auguste Renoir:
Painting "Flower Bouquet in the Blue Vase" (1892), Framed

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Auguste Renoir:
Painting "Flower Bouquet in the Blue Vase" (1892), Framed

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Limited, 990 copies | Numbered | Reproduction, giclee on canvas | On a stretcher | Framed | Format 76 x 48 cm (H/W)

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Auguste Renoir: Painting "Flower Bouquet in the Blue Vase" (1892), Framed

He is considered one of the founding fathers of Impressionism, and yet the strictly impressionistic approach is only relevant for a comparatively short, early creative period. Later, Renoir turned to classical themes of painting and classical genres. What remained was the sovereign handling of color, light, and shadow: his bouquet of roses in a blue vase from 1892 - Renoir was already a recognized and wealthy artist - shows the splendor of flowering roses in a rather robust, hard brush stroke.

Giclée-edition on artist's canvas, printed in the Dietz-Offizin. Limited edition 990 copies. Mounted in the stretcher and numbered on the back. Framed in the high-quality solid wood frame. The format 76 x 48 cm (H/W).

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Renoir was born in 1841 in Limoges and his works are characterized by his indestructible belief in the life-giving power of nature. The bright colours of its landscapes, the sensual grace of the images of women and young girls with her light laughter witness.

First, Renoir worked as a porcelain painter and studied at the Louvre of Antoine Watteau and François Boucher. In 1862 he began studying at the École of des Beaux Arts to the end of the 60s under the influence of the Barbizon School of plein-air painting. As well as Claude Monet, he developed the Impressionism characteristic loose brush style, with the ever-changing in the light colours. In addition to the landscapes, also portraits emerged by his painter friends and his favorite model Lise Tréhot. In the summer of 1869 he made a series of paintings of the restaurant "La Grenoullière", where he frequently visited with Monet. These light-filled images illustrate particularly clearly his distinctive style of volatile brushstrokes and delicate, bright colours, which can hold the flickering of the air and the sparkle of the water.

Renoir also expressed again with muted tonality and denser brush dealing with works by Courbet and Delacroix. His late work demonstrates tremendous colour power and combined with graphic elements which can be anything, suspecting from his severe rheumatic disease, especially of the hands. With the help of a student of the sculptor Maillol created during this period some bronze sculptures.

The most important painter and printmaker of Impressionism died as an internationally recognized artist on 03.12.1919 in Cagnes-sur-Mer.

Giclée = derived from the French verb gicler meaning "to squirt, spray".

Giclée method is a digital printing process. It is a high-resolution, large-format printout on an inkjet printer with special different coloured or pigment-based inks (usually six to twelve). The colours are light-fast, that is, resistant to harmful UV light. They have a high richness of nuance, contrast and saturation.

The Giclée process is suitable for real art canvas, handmade and watercolor paper and for silk.