Girls (c.1905) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Girls - Pierre-Auguste Renoir - c.1905

Artwork Information

ArtistPierre-Auguste Renoir
Dimensions24.13 x 16.51 cm
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationPrivate Collection

About Girls

The artwork titled “Girls,” created circa 1905, is a creation of the esteemed painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Composed in oil on canvas, this piece is an exemplar of the Impressionist movement. The dimensions of the artwork measure 24.13 by 16.51 centimeters, and it is considered a sketch and study. Currently, “Girls” is held within a private collection.

The artwork portrays a soft and fluid depiction of young girls, characterized by Renoir’s signature loose brushwork that imparts a sense of movement and vivacity. The palette is airy and light, with delicate hues mingling to create the impression of depth and texture. Renoir’s focus on capturing the fleeting effects of light and atmosphere is evident here, with the figures almost blending into the lively, yet subdued background. The composition, though appearing spontaneously assembled, suggests a studied observation of the subjects, resulting in a piece that is both a momentary glance and a timeless reflection on youth and beauty.

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