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MoulinRouge-TheYouthMonumentofImpressionists

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TenyearsbeforeRenoirwasborn,thefirststeam-trainhadstartedinFrance,

andthentheconstructionoftherailwaywasfinished.Peoplelivedinthe

villagewenttoPariswhiletheoneslivedinPariswenttothevillage.The

convenienttrafficimpelledtheincreasinglyfrequentexchangesofpeople.As

themoderncity,thepopulationofParisgotmoreandmoredensely.When

Renoirwas20yearsold,thenewspaperreportedthat:"Peoplearebornfor

traveling,travelingishuman'sfreedom".Leisureactivitiesbecamepartof

people'sdailyliving,theballattheMoulinstreetsalsobecamethenewplace

ofrecreationfortheParisiansnaturallyandattractedmanyblue-collarswho

camefromthevillagetomakealivinginParis.Theoriginaltranquiland

peacefulMontrealchangeditsappearancesdramatically.

In1876,Renoircompletedthepaintingof"BallattheMoulindelaGalette".

Atthattime,MontmartrelocatedinthesuburbsofParis,whereleisureand

quiethillscoveredwithvineyardssurroundedbysomevegetablegardens.And

thereweresomemillsandscatteredwindmills.Oneofthewindmillswas

belongedtotheDupreefamily,buttheytransformeditintoanoutdoorcafe

suddenlynamed"TheballoftheMoulinStreet"atthattime.Perhapswhen

onethingisrare,itbecomesprecious.Thereputationsofthiscafespreadlike

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wildfiresuddenlyanditwasknownwidely.Ithadbecomethemostpopularwildfiresuddenlyanditwasknownwidely.Ithadbecomethemostpopular

entertainment,apancakecalledGalettewasitsspecialdishes.Thedancefloor

ofthiscafewasretrofittedfromaquadrateflat-roofedgarageandwithan

orchestraspecialstage.Theticketwas25centimes,andonehadtopay

another25centimestoenterthedancefloor.Thetailors,femaleapprentices,

studentsunderthehillsandpaintersinthestreetwereallfondofthisnew

cafedancehall.RenoirandhisfriendsEdgarDegaswasregularcustomerof

thecafe.Renoirwasfascinatedbytheopenandlivelyatmospherewhichalso

belongstociviliansofthedancehall,sohedecidedtotakehiscanvastothe

cafeandintendedtocompleteapaintingthere.

Aftertenyears,VincentVanGoghwholivedabroadinPariswasalsodepicted

variouslandscapepaintingoftheMontmartrehillsinthethemesof

thiscafe.TheMontmartreinVanGogh'sworksstillremainsthefull-bodied

andpeacefulhillswiththeruralfavors.Afewyearslater,"LeMoulindela

Galette"wascompletelydifferentunderthebrushofHenride

Toulouse-Lautrec.Ithadbecomeaplacewhichexudedvulgarodors.In

addition,PicassowhocametoParisfromBarcelonalivedinthevillageand

alsocompletedaworkonthesametheme.

PicassogotinspiredfromtheworkofRenoirwhichwasbequeathedtothe

museumsixyearsago.Theimagesonhiscanvaswerenolongerthe

unaffectedmenandwomenattheageofRenoir,theywereallgentlemenand

ladiesentertainedthemselvesfromthegames.The30yearsoldPicassowas

addictedtoalcoholandnolongerinterestedinthefeelingsofthepeopleatthe

cafe.TheMoulinRougeinhispaintingswasdesolateandmiserable.

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Reference:

http://www.artisoo.com/OilPaintingBlog/moulin-rouge-the-youth-monument-of-impressionists/