Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) is a famous painter and sculptor of French Impressionism. At first, it was closely related to the Impressionist movement. His early works are typical Impressionist Works recording real life, full of dazzling brilliance. However, in the mid-1980s, he split away from the Impressionist movement and turned to develop more rigorous and formal painting techniques in portrait painting and portrait painting, especially in women’s portrait painting.
Pierre Auguste Renoir was born into a family of poor tailors in limogh. At the age of 5, the family moved to Paris. At the age of 13, they had learned how to draw porcelain paintings. In the 1970s, Renoir and Monet often went out together to paint, learn from each other’s art and explore the painting of light and color.
In 1874, Renoir participated in the first Impressionist painting exhibition with the painting box, which marked the maturity of Renoir’s style. Later, in 1876, he used this method to show the grand scene in the painting of the ball in Moulin Rouge. Through the little sunshine of the trees, he sprinkled it on people’s bodies, faces, tables and grasslands. He really practiced the slogan of “light is the master of painting”. It is an important representative work of impressionist painting in terms of customs. On the surface, I can see three descriptions of the lively and cheerful atmosphere of a famous open-air cafe and dance ground in Paris. In fact, the real theme is the sunshine shining through the leaves. The sunlight on people’s body has caused rich light and color changes, which fully shows the impressionist painter’s high sensitivity to the light and color changes in real life.