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Pierre-Auguste Renoir

France (Limoges 1841 -  Cagnes-sur-mer 1919 ) Wikipedia® : Pierre-Auguste Renoir
RENOIR Pierre-Auguste L'enfant Au Biscuit (jean Renoir)

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Dec 18, 2018
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - A Reclining Nude Outdoors

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - A Reclining Nude Outdoors

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French Pastel on Paper Nude Signed Renoir Pastel on paper. French Impressionist School. Featuring a reclining nude outdoors. Signed Renoir on the lower right corner, possible signature of Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Seal with label inscribed GN INV.LX on verso. 41.5 x 30 cm (16.3 x 11.8 inches). PROVENANCE: Private estate (Perugia, Italy). Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) was a French painter and leading figure in the Impressionist movement. Renoir applied pigment with lively brushstrokes that effectively captured flickering light and atmosphere, as seen in his Bal du moulin de la Galette (1876). \“For me, a picture must be a pleasant thing, joyous and pretty yes, pretty. There are too many unpleasant things in life for us to fabricate still more,\” he once reflected. Born on February 25, 1841 in Limoges, France, Renoir studied at the ecole des Beaux-Arts before meeting Claude Monet and Alfred Sisley. He participated in the first and second Impressionist exhibitions in 1874 and 1876, which despite receiving harsh reviews achieved the goal of providing a challenge to the dominance of the Salon. Over the next decade, Renoir distanced himself from the group, painting more structured compositions, inspired by the Renaissance artworks he saw while on a trip to Italy. Towards the end of his life he suffered from severe rheumatoid arthritis, and was forced to paint many of his last works with a brush tied to his hand. Renoir died on December 3, 1919 in Cagnes-sur-Mer, France. Today, the artist\’s works are held in the collections of the Musee d\’Orsay in Paris, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, and the National Gallery in London, among others.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir - L'enfant Au Biscuit (jean Renoir)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - L'enfant Au Biscuit (jean Renoir)

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) L'Enfant au Biscuit (Jean Renoir) (Delteil 31; Leymarie & Melot 30; Stella 31; Roger-Marx 6) Lithograph in colours, 1898-99, on laid paper, a rare, fine impression printed in eight colours, stamped-signed (as issued), one of only a few proofs aside from the probable edition of 100, printed by Auguste Clot with the added blue to the eyes and white to the face, wide margins, the colours bright and fresh, some pale mount and time staining, otherwise in good condition Image 320 x 262mm. (16 1/2 x 14 1/8in.); Sheet 455 x 355mm. (17 3/4 x 14in.) (unframed) Footnotes
Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Claude Renoir, La Tete Baissee

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Claude Renoir, La Tete Baissee

Original 1904
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Lot number: 55
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) Claude Renoir, La Tete Baissee, ca. 1904, Lithograph on Arches paper, Signed in plate. On verso, lithograph titled 'Femme au Cep de Vigne' , ca. 1904. Together with an etching of Pierre-Auguste Renoir by Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947), signed in plate. Sheet dimensions for Renoir: h: 13 x w: 9 7/8 in. H: 7 3/4 W: 7 3/4 in.ConditionAll edges rough, tape and discoloration to top, soiling.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Baigneuse Assise

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Baigneuse Assise

Original 1897
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Lot number: 145
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) Baigneuse Assise (Delteil 11 Stella 11) Soft-ground etching, c.1897, on wove, with the artist's stamped signature, from the edition of 1000, published in La Vie et l'œuvre de Pierre-Auguste Renoir, by Ambroise Vollard, 1919, with full margins, 219 x 139mm (8 5/8 x 5 3/8in)(PL)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Le Chapeau Épinglé, 2e Planche

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Le Chapeau Épinglé, 2e Planche

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir Le Chapeau Épinglé, 2e planche Original-Farblithographie auf Büttenpapier mit Wasserzeichen "MBM". 60,5 x 49 cm (89,7 x 62,2/63,3 cm). Unter Glas gerahmt. Unten rechts im Stein signiert 'Renoir'. - In gutem Zustand. Stella 30; Delteil 30 Provenienz Privatbesitz Saarland Erst in einem relativ fortgeschrittenen Alter, gegen Ende der 1880er Jahre, entdeckte Pierre-Auguste Renoir die Druckgraphik für sich. Zu diesem Zeitpunkt war beispielsweise sein impressionistischer Malerkollege Édouard Manet bereits seit Jahrzehnten bestens mit diesem Medium vertraut. Mit bislang bekannten 59 Radierungen und Lithographien, davon lediglich eine Handvoll in Farbe, schuf Renoir bis zu seinem Tod gleichwohl ein eindrucksvolles druckgraphisches Oeuvre. Zu seinen bezauberndsten Werken gehört zweifellos die Farblithographie „Le Chapeau épinglé\“ aus dem Jahr 1898. Motivisch greift Renoir dabei auf ein bereits 1893 entstandenes Gemälde sowie auf drei Radierungen aus dem Jahr 1894 zurück. Dargestellt ist Berthe Morisots Tochter Julie, wie sie ihrer Cousine Blumen auf dem Hut feststeckt. Renoir gelingt es vortrefflich, die für ihn so typische Weichheit seiner Ölgemälde und Pastelle auf das Medium der Farblithographie zu übertragen. Als kongenialer Partner stand ihm der erfahrene Pariser Drucker Auguste Clot zur Seite, der viele von Renoirs Lithographien druckte. Pierre-Auguste Renoir Le Chapeau Épinglé, 2e planche Colour lithograph on laid paper with watermark "MBM". 60.5 x 49 cm (89.7 x 62.2/63.3 cm). Framed under glass. Signed 'Renoir' in the stone lower right. - In fine condition. Stella 30; Delteil 30 Provenance Private possession, Saarland Pierre-Auguste Renoir discovered printmaking only at a relatively advanced age, near the end of the 1880s. At that point in time his fellow Impressionist painter Édouard Manet, for example, had already been highly familiar with this medium for decades. With 59 currently known etchings and lithographs, of which only a handful are in colour, Renoir would nonetheless create an impressive body of prints by the time of his death. The 1898 colour lithograph \“Le Chapeau épinglé\” is undoubtedly one of his most enchanting works. For the motif, Renoir went back to a painting already created in 1893 as well as three etchings from 1894. These works depict Berthe Morisot's daughter Julie fastening flowers to her cousin's hat. Renoir is superbly successful in transferring the softness so typical of his oil paintings and pastels to the medium of colour lithography. He was assisted by the experienced Parisian printer Auguste Clot, who printed many of Renoir's lithographs, complementing the artist's genius with his own.
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