Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Le Chapeau Epingle, Framed

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    “Le Chapeau Epingle”

    (The Pinning of the Hat)

    Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir, French (b. 1841 - 1919)

    Medium: Etching on Paper, Framed

    Subject: Figurative Drawing

    Price: $995.00

    Unframed Size: 3.5" x 4.5"  -  Framed Size: 17.5" x 19.5"  -  Edition: Restrike

    Restrike or Reissue: This term is generally encountered in descriptions of prints from earlier centuries. The etched plates of some artists remained in existence after their death and were subsequently reprinted. Although not part of the approved edition -- as long as they come from the original plates, they are generally considered to be original prints.

    Condition: The artwork is in excellent condition with strong tones and no visible damage or fading.

    All artwork comes with the original Certificate of Authenticity.

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    Pierre-Auguste Renoir Artist Biography

    Pierre-Auguste Renoir, considered as the father of Impressionism. Master painter and printmaker, he is probably the most popular, well-known artist from the Impressionism era. In 1859, he moved to Paris to study painting at the renowned School of the Beaux Arts, where he befriended Claude Monet and Alfred Sisley. He was the only Impressionist accepted into the juried exhibition, Le Salon, a total of five times. He subsequently took part in the first exhibition of the Impressionists in 1874, along side of Monet, Manet, Pissarro, Sisley, Berthe Morisot, and other famous Masters. 

    Renoir traveled around Europe in search of knowledge and inspiration from the old Masters, such as Rubens, Ingres, Raphael, and Rembrandt. He was particularly drawn to their use of color as the defining element that rendered light and structure within a painting. Renoir, even though he possessed the ability that would have allowed him to distinguish himself as an engraver, had grown up with a paint brush in his hand and had concentrated painting. Therefore, his etchings are significant in their rarity. He played a key role in the production of his etchings. He was involved to the degree of being the creator for the fabrication of every impression, inking, and pressing. Between 1890 and 1910, only 59 different images consisting of etchings, lithographs, and drypoints were created by Renoir. There are varying editions of each original etching; never again will another be indited. 

    To Renoir’s mind, the arts were one. To paint was to exercise a natural faculty. He painted out of a need to paint, for self-gratification and enjoyment. As an Impressionist, he had a profound knowledge of drawing. As a man, he became one of the greatest artists of our time, as an artist he became a Master.

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