Woman at the Piano, Renoir, 19th-century French Impressionism, Journal
Front cover: Woman at the Piano (1875–1876) byPierre-Auguste Renoir. Original from The Art Institute of Chicago.
Back cover: Vase of Roses (c. 1890–1900) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Original from The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The young Renoir struggled with his family’s financial circumstances so he left music school and started out as an apprentice at a porcelain factory. While he studied art in Paris, he befriended the young impressionist painters: Frédéric Bazille, Claude Monet, and Alfred Sisley. In the 1870s, Renoir became one of the leading painters in the Impressionism movement. His lively paintings mostly celebrated the beauty of feminine sensuality.
Journal Size in inches:5 X 7128 page hardcover offers wraparound durable print from front to back. .: Full wraparound print with "LIFE LOVE MUSIC FRIENDS FAMILY" on the seam .: 128 ruled line single pages .: Casewrap binding