Dance At Le Moulin De La Galette Analysis

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My favorite painting is called Dance at Le moulin de la Galette. It was completed by the artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir, in the year 1876. It can be found now in Paris, France at the Musée d 'Orsay and it is one of Impressionism 's most famous work of art. I picked this painting because the painting is filled with motion and spirit, and just give you a glimpse of the life itself. Other reason for choosing this painting is because of the artist and his other influential artworks that made me want to know him more. Lastly because his painting worth more than US$70 million.

Part 2: Biography (1841-1919)

Renoir was one of the most famous French Impressionist artists. Renoir’s portraits epitomize the beauty and delight of life. His love and
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He painted only the things that appeal to him in a scene overlooking the less attractive details. Impressionist artists often are realistic concerned in what is truly there, particularly in positions of light. People claimed that Renoir gives something that is not really there and he paints what he wants to see. But, the most fascinating thing about his style is that you can feel an emotion, a movement of a scene and sense the atmosphere. During his life and his studies of art in Paris, he made some artist friends like Monet, Sisley and Bazille. In fact Renoir and Monet have some similar paintings. Why is that? It’s because they often painted together the same scene from different angels and then they discussed how to improve painting lighting elements. In the beginning of his career and like all artist he hired some models to pose, but after his marriage he used his children and wife as models. Taking his own daily family experience and capturing it in his paintings. Renoir once was saved by an officer friend from being in jail because they thought that he was a spy. Renoir had traveled a lot across Europe. One of the reasons why is because in the 1880s he had a feeling of an

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