Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Welcome to our stunning collection of Pierre-Auguste Renoir prints, where you can immerse yourself in the vibrant and beautiful world of one of the greatest painters of the Impressionist era. Our collection features a range of high-quality wall art prints that capture the essence of Renoir’s unique style and vision. All of our prints are made in Australia using the finest quality materials, ensuring that you receive a product that is truly remarkable. Available as stretched canvas prints, framed prints, and floating frames, our collection offers a range of options to suit your personal style and decor.

Renoir’s artwork is renowned for its luminous beauty, capturing the spirit of life and humanity in all its forms. His portraits of people, landscapes, and still lifes are some of the most iconic works of the Impressionist era, capturing the subtle interplay of light and color with breathtaking beauty. Each print in our collection is produced using state-of-the-art printing technology and premium-quality materials, ensuring that the colors remain vibrant and true-to-life for years to come. Our prints are made using archival-quality inks that resist fading, yellowing, and deterioration over time, and we use only the highest quality paper and canvas that is acid-free and designed to last a lifetime.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir Wall Art Prints

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, more commonly known as Auguste Renoir, was among the leading contemporary Impressionist of the 19th century. Versatility regarding different forms of art runs in his blood and probably passed down to his children and grandkids also. His children transcended in acting, filmmaking and pottery. His grandchild is Claude Renoir, the famous movie maker.

Early life:
Renoir was born in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, France, in 1841 to a tailor who later moved to Paris in the prospect of fortune. Renoir was a prodigy kid and a Jack of all trades from the very beginning. He was quite skilled at drawing and painting but was more gifted in singing. His choir mentor motivated him to take up singing, but unfortunately, his family was not that well off to support his singing endeavours financially.

He then joined the work in a ceramic factory to raise money at the age of a mere thirteen years. His hands were skilled for such kind of a work but did not find the content from within to continue it. His heart yearned to paint which he did casually to earn few pennies now and then. The factory industrialised and he was fired.

He then entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, a famous art school, in 1862, where he was mentored by Charles Gleyre and befriended fellow painter apprentices Frédéric Bazille, Claude Monet, and Alfred Sisley. They changed his perception of modern art which reflected in his style of Impressionism. He later turned to be a massive influence for prolific painters, one of them being Pablo Picasso.

Renoir’s style was heavily engraved with Impressionism and feminine portrait depicting nudity and feline features of his models in some of his paintings. In his later years, he withdrew from Impressionism and resorted back to Realism and Classical painting style.

1. Two Sisters
The two young girls portrayed on the restaurant Maison Fournaise, where one of the other very famous painting of Renior: Luncheon of the Boating Party is also based. The use of brush strokes makes the theme of impressionism even more clear and bright. The elder girl grew up to become a famous actress Jeanne Darlot.

2. Dance At Le Moulin De La Galette
Often stated as one of the most expensive painting to be ever sold, the painting is an exact example of Impressionism at its very core. The setting of the painting is at a cafe in Paris near Renoir’s dwelling. The loose use of strokes and leaves in the sunlight providing the komorebi effect is very minutely incorporated in the painting at every level.

3. Dance At Bougival
It shows Renoir’s friends Suzanne Valadon and Paul Auguste Llhote. This painting differs from the theme of impressionism and sways more towards the classical realistic way of painting.

4. Madame Georges Charpentier And Her Children
It was one of the major breakthroughs for Renoir through which he got critically acclaimed and financially prosperous. The typical impressionism concept is portrayed beautifully in the picture. Here, a woman of a wealthy household sits with her two children and a dog.

Our collection of Pierre-Auguste Renoir prints is available in a variety of sizes and formats, making it easy to find the perfect piece of wall art for your space. Whether you prefer the classic look of a framed print or the modern aesthetic of a floating frame, we have a range of options to suit your needs. Our stretched canvas prints are the perfect choice for those looking for a contemporary and minimalist look, while our framed prints offer a more traditional and refined option. So why wait? Explore our collection today and discover the timeless beauty of Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s art.