Pierre-Auguste Renoir was a prominent Impressionist artist whose foray into Painted Art allowed significant strides within the Impressionist movement. Pierre-Auguste Renoir's Oil Paintings are described to celebrate beauty, in particular that of feminine sensuality.
This Oil Painting is entitled as Mother Anthony's Inn at Marlotte styled after Impressionism and categorized under Café Dining. Taking a quick glimpse at the Painted Art the observer will notice the use of plain solid colors such as brown, white and black.
There are several figures in this Painted Art. However the main subject is not the figure but the scene in its entirety. The background suggests that the scene is based on the interiors. This is evident with the presence of walls, floors and what seems to be a wooden beam.
There seems to be a relationship between two seated figures, this is reflected by the conversation engaged by the male seated figures. The Painted Art is full of color and the depictions on the human form and color incorporation equates to a beautiful Painted Art that Pierre-Auguste Renoir is known to produce.
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