Woman in White in the Garden at Colettes (1915) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Woman in White in the Garden at Colettes - Pierre-Auguste Renoir - 1915

Artwork Information

TitleWoman in White in the Garden at Colettes
ArtistPierre-Auguste Renoir
Dimensions54 x 39 cm
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationDaniel Malingue Gallery, Paris, France

About Woman in White in the Garden at Colettes

The artwork entitled “Woman in White in the Garden at Colettes” is an oil on canvas created by the eminent Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir in the year 1915. Measuring 54 by 39 centimeters, this work is representative of the landscape genre and reflects the quintessential characteristics of the Impressionist movement. It is currently housed at the Daniel Malingue Gallery in Paris, France.

This artwork depicts a lush garden scene with vibrant, dappled brushstrokes that are indicative of Renoir’s style. A figure of a woman in white can be observed amidst the greenery, contributing an element of human presence to the natural setting. The garden is alive with a multitude of colors that suggest the movement of light and shadow, a hallmark of Impressionist painting. Renoir’s work captures the ephemeral quality of light in the outdoors, inviting viewers to experience the serene atmosphere of this idyllic garden space. Brushes of warm and cool hues play across the canvas, demonstrating Renoir’s mastery of color and his ability to convey the weightless quality of an outdoor setting in full bloom.

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