<p>Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) is a French painter most often associated with the Impressionist movement. His innovative use of color, light, and brushwork means that his work endures into the present. Pierre Auguste Renoir wall art is your chance to bring some of his masterful paintings to your home.<p> <p class="title-3">What are the characteristics of Pierre Auguste Renoir wall art?</p> <p>Pierre Auguste Renoir emerged onto the 19th-century art scene with other Impressionist painters. Along with his Impressionist peers, he initially struggled for recognition. His style used small and sharp brushstrokes, vibrant colors, and incredible use of natural light, which eventually gained the respect of the critics despite criticism from the Establishment.<p> <p>One of the hallmarks of Renoir's style includes a deep emphasis on contrasting colors. This approach gives his pieces depth and vibrancy. Additionally, his use of light and color is particularly impressive in representing human skin, giving his portraits a joyous exuberance.<p> <p>Renoir traveled extensively. During his sojourns to Italy, he discovered classical art, and in particular, Raphael. This influenced a mid-career turn into a style with more contour and form rather than brushstrokes and color.<p> <p>Trips to southern France in the 1890s also left their mark on Renoir and resulted in some of his most memorable works, with lively subject matter, including flowers and women in baths. It was a return to color that provided a link to his early work and remain some of his most impressive paintings.<p> <p class="title-3">How to choose the right piece of Pierre Auguste Renoir art</p> <p>Renoir's career can be broken into distinct phases. As such, there are several of his paintings that will work for particular styles. Indeed, his use of varied subject matter offers something for almost every taste.<p> <p>From Impressionist pictures of waterways to floral bouquets and detailed and lively portraits, Renoir's work has a vital and often pulsating edge. Like many 19th-century artworks, his best pieces work well with classical or traditional home décor styles.<p> <p>When it comes to choosing Pierre Auguste Renoir art, pay careful attention to your existing color schemes. Neutral decor styles are very receptive to bursts of color that are found in Renoir's work. Similarly, you can take a leaf from Renoir's bold love of contrast and set off one of Renoir's pieces against your wall colors.<p> <p>Explore our wonderful and diverse collection of Pierre Auguste Renoir Wall Art to find the piece that speaks to you. With a mix of portraits, landscapes, and detailed city scenes, there is something beautiful for every taste.<p>
<p>BAL6276 A Bather, c.1885-90 (oil on canvas) by Renoir, Pierre Auguste (1841-1919); 39.4x29.2 cm; National Gallery, London, UK; French, out of copyright</p>
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