Another girl, after Margarita Legrand, by whom fate determined a very short time, whose appearance is immortalized in the painting of the great impressionist Auguste Renoir, Anna Leber. Both lovely girls died very early from smallpox, having managed to become inspirers and models of Renoir. In this work, the painter again turns to his favorite problem — the image of light penetrating through the treetops and falling spots on the ground and the figure of a person. The central color of the canvas is yellow, and the author skillfully matches and mixes it with other most unexpected colors. Without any transition or shading, the author, as if by a stroke of a brush, puts yellow on the surface of the painting, creating sun glares that look very unexpected and natural at the same time. The heroine herself is also striking in its relaxedness and naturalness — she hesitates and basks in the warm sunshine without hesitation, is fresh, young and beautiful.
Nude in the Sunlight - by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Nude in the Sunlight by RENOIR, Pierre-Auguste
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Nude in the sunlight by Pierre Auguste Renoir
Order this beautiful oil painting today! Other paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir:. As a celebrator of beauty, and especially feminine sensuality, it has been said that "Renoir is the final representative of a tradition which runs directly from Rubens to Watteau", he was noted for his radiant, intimate paintings, particularly of the female nude. No printing or digital imaging techniques are used.
Out of a riot of glittering brush strokes rises this stunning Nude in the Sunlight. Evidently Renoir was delighted with the freshness and spontaneity of this sketch and chose to leave it so. The pearl-like shape and luster of the forms is the major theme, given in the round mass of the haunches and belly, the breasts, shoulders, head, and echoed in the roundness of arms and neck; and a dappled sunlight that plays across the arms and body sustains this motif.