Pierre-Auguste Renoir was a French impressionist painter. When he was young, he worked in porcelain factory where his drawings talents led to him being chosen to paint designs on porcelain. Also likes the indoor scenes, unlike the other impressionists, who always opt for the outdoors. Renoir was also called as "The painter of joy". He was a painter of great colour, the instantaneous capture and escape from the serious and important. In this example, Renoir painted with strokes in only one direction.
In the picture describe the image of two girls. One of them is playing the piano and the other is listening. There is a vase with flowers on the piano, in the distance you can see a bed. The girl that is playing the piano has a blond her and is wearing a white dress with a blue belt. The other girl that is listening has a brown hear and is wearing a orange dress.
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Made by : Ana Fernández López y Candela Maese Álvarez 1ºESO-B-C