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Aline Charigot Renoir (1854 - 1915) "Oilpainting on Linen" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)




 Familie Renoir   

Family Renoir


Fotoausschnitt oben aus ca. 1912 mit hochgesteckter Frisur

Aline photo above excerpt from ca.1912, with hair pinned up


 Hochgesteckter Frisur Portrait wie oben  

    Aline Renoir with high with hair pinned up


Madamme Renoir with a Dog

See the color of the Dress !




Madame Renoir mit Ihrem Hund Bob ca. 1910

Madame Renoir with your dog Bob, ca.1910

After a stay in 1881 in Italy, during which he (Pierre-Auguste Renoir) reading a manual authored in 1400 for painters, it is strongly oriented towards Raphael's frescoes and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, it begins the so-called "Ingres period" * or "dry period". Renoir begins to shift from the ground up, he turns away from the spontaneity and records the forms sharply but remains on the subjects full of life. He turns away from Impressionism to the classicism. Info1                                                                     

The Ingres period in the biographical notices Renoir are therefore designated ingress, as the painter Renoir greatly Dominique Ingres (see self-portrait below) oriented.

The portrait of Renoir, Woman in pink dress is a painting by Renoir in respect of the inspirational influence of Dominique Ingres ideally suited to detect the influence of whom came forth the Renoir paintings in this internalized. Dominique Ingres and Renoir Aline see almost been like siblings or twins, so frapierend and influential Renoir has fully internalized the Ingres painting style, with a smear the rest of Renoir's Impressionist Painting Method is still recognizable.



Auguste Dominique Ingres  französischer Maler und Zeichner  

     Auguste Dominique Ingres

     French painter and draftsman; * 29 August 1780 in Montauban,
      † 14 January 1867 in Paris

 Familie Renoir   Linke Handhaltung siehe Foto und Vergleiche mit Gemälde darunter

Family Renoir limp left hand position, see photo in comparison with paintings including



The dress was later painted over with red oil paint


At several points of the dress older underpainting come to the fore the reporting revealed that the dress was originally painted in pink. The color was painted over then completely removed as a result of cleaning, see the pink color of the initial erosion. The evaluation of the scientific certificate confirmed that the painting had been painted over at a later date, thus the removal of the dark red color was a legitimate procedure that had to be removed. The painting was covered over with dirt and protective lacquer layers were even painted over old dirt, and also the whole painting was cleaned in one operation.

The removal of overpainting etc. it is inevitable that other layers of color are drawn partly affected, with the result that the painting must be in part restored to shine again in its original originality way.



The oil painting over the purple color shines through in some places


 Mademoiselle Sicot, 1865

Mademoiselle Sicot, 1865 

This painting, a lady named Sicot in a pink dress was painted by Renoir in the same color ratio as his wife Aline Renoir, see above.



Here you will find the scientific authenticity certificates

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Please note that the scientific Certificate is aimed solely at determining the age-related origin in order to offer proof that this definitely is an original paintings from Renoir is, in turn, with the application, and finally the evaluation by the unique Renoir Acronym method only receives the necessary write-up of Renoir.

 In the featured paintings so it is exclusively an original oil painting of Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 - 1919).


A certificate of authenticity determination in the form of a scientific investigation has occurred Aline Renoir at the oil painting. The scientific facts of the certificate to oil painting Aline Renoir confirmed the chronology in Renoir period 


A cross-check on the authenticity of Aline Renoir was carried out with the Renoir Acronym method at the front of oil paintings and after the examination in the science lab. The typical Renoir features such as Name - monogram - initials etc. could be detected and located in the following proof for authenticity of Aline Renoir.

With the prior publication on www.ArtRenoir.com and one of the contents of the argument for oil painting Aline Renoir, Renoir's work may be regarded now as a part of art history.



On page 10 of the certificate is there two photos are the result of an error on the part of the institute are there and not at our request as erroneously asserted were represented there. Correctly, we must point out that the right photo is displayed in our argument about the signature sample here on the website and the name Renoir near the shoulder and the head. The photos are both shown in the certificate thus not correct!



Renoir authenticity certificates of age determination

    A.R.6.GER Aline Renoir German.pdf Download

   A.R.6.ENG Aline Renoir English.pdf Download

  A.R.6.FRA Aline Renoir French.pdf Download

A.R.6.ITA Aline Renoir Italian.pdf Download


 Nach der Reinigung kamen die Ursprünglichen Originalfarnen zum Vorschein  

      After cleaning, the original original colors came to light again


Renoir mit seiner Frau

Renoir and his wife



Aline Renoir, magnification



The slightly sunken eyes and lips pressed on the photo are just a snapshot and should not be seen as a direct comparison with the painting. Known, however, but is the Aline Renoir at this time was already very ill and eventually died as a result of her illness.



For the purpose of biometric data matching the painting was cut in the head - neck area photographed and placed over the photo of the woman by Renoir. The end result was amazing, the faces of both the contours overlaid added together and almost virtually merged into one another.


Schriften in den Haaren nahe dem Ohr unter Infrarot 

Renoir in the hair, close to the ear and the shoulder under infrared reflectography Info2




Signature samples Renoir




Initialien Renoirs AR links neben dem Hals seiner Frau 

Monogram AR, Auguste Renoir, to the left of the neck


Initialien Renoirs AR mit Fotofilter zur besseren Sichtbarkeit

Renoir AR monogram, colored with photo filter for better visibility


 Initialien Renoirs AR in Schwarz - Weiss Kontrast 

Renoir AR monogram in black - white contrast


Close shut AR



The monogram of the letter R is in the middle (slightly) the fully specified name Renoir. The painting has beside the monogram a second signature.



The photo has been colored since the signature was so striking and the yellow lines have been marked by me for better identification of the borders.






 Deutlich zu erkennen die Rückseite der Uralten Leinwand 

Back of the painting with a visible old canvas



Original nailing of stretcher bars


 Craquelüre - Altersrisse bestätigen die Originalität des Gemäldes 

Craquelüre - Age cracks confirm the originality of the painting


 UV - Woodsches Licht  

UV - Wood's light



X-ray photograph





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