Dance at Bougival

Collection Created By: Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Dance at Bougival

1883
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841・€・1919)

The open-air cafテゥs of suburban Bougival, on the Seine outside Paris, were popular recreation spots for city dwellers, including the Impressionist painters. Renoir, who was primarily a figure painter, uses intense color and lush brushwork to heighten the sense of pleasure conveyed by the whirling couple who dominate the composition. The woman・€・s face, framed by her red bonnet, is the focus of attention, both ours and herツcompanion・€・s.


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