Dance at Bougival by Renoir Couple Dancing Wall Art Hanging Museum Woven Tapestry 38x53HPN# 6824
Renoir captures the open-air cafes of suburban Bougival, on the Seine outside Paris, in his painting Dance at Bougival. These sites 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 this rendered woven wall tapestry. The woman's face, framed by her red bonnet, is the focus of attention, both ours and her companion's.
- Painting adapted into a woven tapestry (not screen printed) on a jacquard loom.
- Made from 100% cotton.
- Measures 38 in W x 53 in L.
- Made in USA.
- Hang using brass furniture tacks (included) for a modern snug to wall look. Or the tapestry has a rod pocket sewn on back for a traditional look.
- NOTE: Rod not included.
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