Discover on ArtRenoir Art treasures of the artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)
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Worldwide unique collection of Religious Paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)
Religious paintings of Renoir Biographical proved
Renoir began at age 18, biographically seen with the religious painting.
Biographical evidence has pointed out that Renoir worked in a company called Gilbert. Renoir painted images of saints there.Unfortunately, I located the book only in German. Worldwide only at ArtRenoir and thanks the discovery of the cryptological code you can explore Renoirs religious art just here.
Original text translation from above
The small company produced rouleaus, roller blinds with figures which were taken by Christian missionaries in distant countries, to decorate the walls newly founded churches instead of images and colorful windows. Renoir quickly understood the technical tricks that you need to add vinegar to the calico paint materials a certain amount. For a young craftsman, there was always something new to learn.
Therese of Lisieux, patron saint of France
Therese of Lisieux Info1
Thérèse of Lisieux (born 2 January 1873 in Alençon, France, † 30 September 1897 in Lisieux, France) was a nun in the Order of Discalced Carmelites. It was founded in 1925 by Pius XI. canonized by Pope John Paul II, in 1997.
It came in a white veil in the study of macro photos to a striking discovery
Rotated 90 °
Under magnification, it becomes more clear
Letters, colored black
It shone through letters that were taken by me under closer scrutiny. In the coloring, it turned out that for great surprise, that Renoir was at work and had left his signature below the portrait of Therese of Lisieux.
Signature colored in Brown
Clear bold signature Renoir under the top coat of paint
Signature samples Renoir
Clearly visible Renoir
RENOIR in large letters
Renoir painting "Saint Therese of Lisieux" outstanding academic certificate
Therese of Lisieux II
Therese of Renoir painted in a manga style
Relatively legible signature Renoir
Signature samples Renoir
Fat signed Renoir
Renoir painting "Saint Therese of Lisieux 2," certificate outstanding scientific
Madonna and Child Neo Renaissanse
P = Pierre, R = Renoir
Monogram P A R
P = Pierre, A = Auguste, R = Renoir
Renoir painting "Madonna with Child Neo Renaissanse" outstanding academic certificate
Madonna with child "1909"
How many of you have ever detected a Renoir in this painting?
Seemingly unremarkable in the hair of the infant.
Renoir also played a game of hide and used the back of the head of the child for his monogram PAR and dating (190) 9 Seen quite unusual and only for experienced eyes, namely when you turn the painting around 90 °!
Photo rotated 90 ° and cut out all disturbing factors with the infrared filter
Under magnification the Renoir Acronyms PAR 9 are now seen
The pioneering lines show the individual letters and number 9 on
The contours of the letters and the number 9 were spotted
Renoir painting "Mother with Child (190) 9" outstanding academic certificate
Renoir artwork - inspired by El Greco, Saint Martin and the Beggar
Saint Martin and the Beggar Info2
Original from El Greco, ca. 1597 - 1599 Info3
Renoir has been immortalized in the eyes of the beggar with his name
Signature samples Renoir
Renoir wrote his name in the eyelid
Unlike the painting of El Greco, the artwork was put together from fine fabrics and the faces, the bare skin and the sky etc. were refined by Renoir with fabric paint.
The harness of the horse, fine leather in various forms and types
Painted with textile paint clouds in the sky
Back, quilted with double fabric
Renoir's work of art "Saint Martin and the Beggar" outstanding academic certificate
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