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Pierre-Auguste Renoir 1841-1919 is one of the most famed artists of the nineteenth century Impressionist movement In exploring Renoirs works it becomes evident that society had a significant influence on his style and subject matter Although he is primarily known for his work within the Impressionist style Renoirs works are not white noise among Impressionist works Alongside other famed Impressionists such as Manet Monet and Degas Renoir founded the Impressionist style His works reflect many of the ideals of the Impressionist movement With great emphasis on light shadow and movement form was not of great concern to the Impressionists Although the Impressionistic ideals were significant to his works Renoir was also interested in maintaining form much like the Post-Impressionists J Paul Getty Trust In Renoirs earlier career as an artist his figures were much less defined in keeping with the Impressionist style Although one is able to decipher what the subjects are upon looking closely Renoirs painterly choppy brushstrokes create a mesh of colors and fragmented figures without distinct outlines The subjects seem to bleed into each other as well as their surroundings However in Renoirs later career his Classical training became evident when he opted to create clearer crisper figures abandoning the Impressionist style While landscapes were the primary subject matter of many Impressionist artists such as Monet Renoir seemed to have a greater interest in capturing people Although he did paint some landscapes and still lives his greatest works involved human experiences Perhaps the greatness of his works can be credited to a greater passion of human interaction and life Perhaps his great passion can be attributed to the immersion of himself into these situations Known mostly for his lighthearted depictions of women children flowers and outdoor scenes often packed with people enjoying themselves Renoir never created a gloomy painting Strickland 1992 He once said A picture must be an amiable thing joyous and pretty -- yes pretty There are
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