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Pierre Auguste Renoir painted A Bouquet Of Roses during his visit to Paul Berard – a diplomat as well as a banker – through the summer of 1879. This floral still-life was made as a decorative panel, especially to hang in Berard’s library door. During his visit, he also portrayed many artworks of members of the Berard family, including Alfred Berard and his Dog, as well as Child in a White Dress aka Lucie Berard.
In A Bouquet Of Roses, Renoir painted a floral still-life on an off-white panel in an ornamental fashion. The artist used a soft color palette of pink, white, blue and green pigments for the flowers. As an Impressionist, his brush strokes are loose and expressive, but this marks the beginning of a shift in the artist’s style and technique, and by the 1880s, Renoir moves away from the Impressionist movement in which he was one of the founders. He began studying the artworks of Renaissance painters and increased his knowledge of Classical painting techniques.
Renoir then traveled to Italy, where he was able to see Raphael’s frescos in which profoundly inspired him. The painter as impressed by the way the Classic masters represented and structured form, as well as composition. This period was known as Renoir’s “harsh period,” or “Ingres period,” as he was now concerned about technique, and strived to capture the velvet touch of painted skin and fabric, like Ingres himself. After the artist’s trip to Algeria, he convinced himself of how the Impressionism movement was obsolete, for it would never be able to capture the variety of skin tones he noticed during his trip. Renoir chose to substitute his attention to vivid and expressive brush strokes and emphasized volume, form, size, and contour instead.
During his visit to the Berard family, the artist was starting to abandon some of the Impressionistic traits. But, as we can see by the vivid color palette of A Bouquet Of Roses, along with the expressive strokes of thick paint, Renoir was still working with profound Impressionist influence – the viewer can see this artwork as part of a transition phase between two periods. Renoir was always faithful to his unique style and essence as an artist – even when he took different paths in art – and, at the same time, was very flexible to please his patrons, which helped propel his success.
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If you have any request to alter your reproduction of A Bouquet Of Roses, you must email us after placing your order and we'll have an artist contact you. If you have another image of A Bouquet Of Roses that you would like the artist to work from, please include it as an attachment. Otherwise, we will reproduce the above image for you exactly as it is.
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If, in the unlikely event you were dissatisfied with the painting after reviewing it in person, it can be returned for a full refund for up to 365 days after delivery.
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Depending on the degree of damage to the warranted painting, it will either be repaired or replaced. This warranty service is provided free of charge.
When purchasing a painting on its own, it will arrive rolled inside a secure tube with an extra 1.5" of white canvas on all sides so you can easily frame it in any local frame shop.
You may choose to purchase your painting framed, in which case, it will arrive "ready to hang". We offer more than 20 beautiful models, all hand finished and expertly assembled by our experienced framers.
Note that for safety reasons we can only frame up to a certain size. Once the maximum size is reached the framing option is automatically disabled.
If you are planning to frame your painting yourself,
use an existing frame, or frame it locally, you may choose to order your painting with a stretching service,
meaning that it will arrive mounted on wooden bars.
If you're considering not framing your painting at all, you may opt for a Gallery Wrap. The term Gallery Wrap refers to the way the canvas is stretched, which is by wrapping it around thick stretcher bars, about 1.5 inch thick, with the canvas being secured to the back rather than the sides of those bars.
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