Renoir Landscapes 1865 - 1883 National Gallery
First pictures of our new collection.
This is the first exhibition to examine this vital aspect of Renoir's achievement, and brings together some 70 landscapes.
The exhibition begins with works of the 1860s, when the young artist was meeting and working beside the painters who would become his fellow Impressionists. These works show his remarkable ability to emulate technical and stylistic innovations and then turn them to his own uses.
In the 1870s Renoir defined his distinctive quick, silvery brushstrokes and began to explore colour and structure in order to gain an audacious painterly freedom.
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We shall post more details of our new Renior collection very soon - watch this space...