Renoir: An Intimate Record

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Courier Corporation, 1925 - Art - 130 pages
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Art dealer and publisher Vollard's splendid portrait emerges principally in a long series of informal conversations with the Impressionist master. They reveal intimate details of Renoir's life and work, and his opinions on such diverse subjects as Impressionist theory and the work of CÚzanne, Manet, and Monet. 19 black-and-white illustrations of Renoir's paintings.
 

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Contents

I11 HOw I MADE THE AcQuAINTANcE Or RENOiR THE BEGINNiNGs
5
THE GLEYRE STuDi0
9
MQTHER ANTHONYs CABARET
15
LA GRENQUILLERE
19
DURING THE WAR Or 1870 AND UNDER THE COMMUNE
22
THE EXHIBITIONS Or THE IMPRESSIONISTS
25
SERiOUs PURcHAsERs
30
THE CArE GUERBOIS THE NOUVELLE ATHENEs THE CArE TORTONi
36
LONDON HOLLAND MUNICH
64
RENOtR AT PONTAvEN
67
THE PORTRArr Or MADAME MORis0T
69
THE FAMILY
71
Ess0YEs CAGNEs
75
THE MODELS AND THE MAIDS
78
RENOiR AND His PATRONs
85
PORTRAiT Or A GREAT COLLECTOR
89

THE SALON Or MADAME CHARPENTIER
40
EARLY TRAVELS
46
THE IMPRESSIONIST THEORiEs
52
RENOIRS DRY MANNER
56
THE TRIP TO SPAIN
60
RENOiR PAiNTs MY PORTRArr
95
LUNcHEON WITH RODiN
104
ARTISTS Or FORMER DAYs
110
THE LAsT YEARs
113
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