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Petite Baigneuse

Pierre-August Renoir


Renoir was the first of the Impressionists to enjoy popular success and his prints were produced in recognition of that success. Michel Melot, The Impressionist Print notes that most of Renoir's prints were produced after he had became famous and represent an attempt to satisfy the demand for his works, almost 3/4 of them having been produced after 1900 for inclusion in books and portfolios produced by Theodore Duret, the chief chronicler of the Impressionists, and Ambroise Vollard, Renoir's dealer and a great lover of the art of printmaking.


Maker: Pierre-August Renoir

Period: Impressionist

Origin: France

Height: 32  cm

Width: 19.5 cm


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