Renoir Two Sisters On The Terrace Pin from Art Institute of Chicago - 4040PN# 4040
Adapted from Pierre Auguste Renoir's (1841-1919) painting Two Sisters on the Terrace (1881, Oil on Canvas). It was painted at Chatou, a suburb of Paris, which Renoir considered an ideal leisure spot. The older girl is Jeanne Darlot who here at the age of eighteen sits pleasantly with a younger unidentified girl. Darlot would later earn supporting roles in the theater for a short time. This is a charming portrait of an outing as they wear their Sunday best, both accented by bright hats and rosy cheeks. Licensed reproduction from the Art Institute of Chicago, many small details on their hats and basket of fruit, fine quality, 24K gold plated pewter with color enamel details, 1.3 W x 1.7H.
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