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Renoir Landscapes

Studies in World Art, Book 67
Narrated by: Willis Miller
Length: 7 mins
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Renoir’s reputation has long been in decline with intellectuals. He is seen as sugary and self-indulgent, to the point where his work gives the whole of the Impressionist Movement a bad name. The thing that has contributed to this fall from grace is, of course, the late work, with its bloated nudes and curiously hot colors. Yet even the work of Renoirís best period tends to seem uneven, despite the continuing popularity of undoubted masterpiece such as La Loge [1874], now in the collection of the Courtauld Institute Galleries in London.

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Excellent Narration

An excellent peak at Renoir. Wonderfully narrated! I would highly recommend for a quick listen.

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