Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919). Pierre Auguste Renoir met Pissarro and Claude Monet at the studio in Paris where they were students. Monet persuaded him of the benefits of painting out of doors.
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Pierre Auguste Renoir met Pissarro and Claude Monet at the studio in Paris where they were students.
The placement of the figures within the picture seems casual and unplanned, as do the carefree, smiling faces of the characters, lending the work the feeling of a snapshot depiction of life as it was at the time.
Renoir depicts a group of his friends relaxing on the terrace of the Maison Fournaise in chateau. This is a small village on the Seine, popular with fashionable Parisians taking excursions down the river during the summer months.
Departure from Impressionism
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