PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR, Claude Renoir La Tete Baisee, Claude Renoir, Head Lowered

Claude Renoir La Tete Baisee

Claude Renoir La Tete Baisee (Claude Renoir, Head Lowered) | Original Stone Lithograph, c.1904 | Sheet: 12.9" x 9.9"

Published by Ambrose Vollard, Paris in the portfolio, L' Album de Douze lithographies originales de Pierre- Auguste Renoir

Reference: Delteil, Stella 39

Condition: Excellent

SKU: M-RENOIR-11051 Artist: Tag:
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir was a French Impressionist painter whose eye for beauty made him one of the movement's most popular practitioners. He is best known for his paintings of bustling Parisian modernity and leisure in the last three decades of the 19th century. Though celebrated as a colorist with a keen eye for capturing the movement of light and shadow, Renoir started to explore Renaissance painting in the middle of his career, which led him to integrate more line and composition into his mature works and create some of his era's most timeless canvases.