About Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s The Umbrellas
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Renoir painted this masterpiece between 1880-1886.
The work shows a busy urban Paris scene on a rainy day.
In the scene is a woman with her fashionable daughters.
There is a woman with her umbrella either half-opened or half-closed as she inspects the sky. This means it either just started or stopped raining.
A man with a beard is approaching the woman in the front left of the work, possibly to offer her refuge under his umbrella.
This work is now on display at the National Gallery in London.
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About The Renoir Umbrellas Print
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- Prime canvas fabric and long-lasting anti-shrink frame.
- Stretchers with 1.50” thickness to create an art gallery look.
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About The Artist
Pierre-Auguste Renoir was a French painter and a lead in the development of the Impressionist art movement. Lots of his works focused on beauty, especially that of women. Throughout his career, Renoir worked through lots of adversity. He came from very modest circumstances and couldn't even afford paint at many points. Once he even had to quit his artistry and work in a factory.