1841 – 1919
Pierre-August Renoir, one of the most beloved of the Impressionists, always painted the beauties of nature, harmonious landscapes, flowers, fruit, children and women. Renoir and Monet occasionally worked side by side, painting the same scenes such as La Grenouillere (1869) and views at Argenteuil on the Seine, where the two painters spent the summer. In 1869, Renoir and Monet and a number of other artists including Berthe Morisot, Pissarro, and Degas who, like themselves, were disaffected with the Salon Jury, held the first exhibition of the group which was to become known as the Impressionists.
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