Vase of Gladiolas and Roses by Pierre-Auguste Renoir Wall Art
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) was a pivotal artist in the French Impressionist movement, which advocated plein-air landscape painting and concentrated on the changing qualities of natural light. While his most famous paintings depict the gaiety of 19th-century Parisian life, his still life paintings are equally captivating-like this one, which showcases a host of gladiolas and roses in vibrant hues of orange, red, and creme. Mounted with texture on a plaque and framed with a black and gold trimmed molding, this recreation of an iconographic painting will make a lovely impression on any wall. Measures 26" x 38." No glass. Made in the USA.
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