Pierre-Auguste Renoir Spring Bouquet, 1866

"I just let my brain rest when I paint flowers ... When I am painting flowers, I establish the tones, I study tthe values carefully, without worrying about losing the picture. I don't dare to do this with a figure piece for fear of ruining it. The experience which I gain in these works, I eventually apply to my [figure] pictures." Conversation with Albert Andre, cited in Albert Andre. Renoir, 1919

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Large bouquet in a blue and white vase sitting on a wooden table.

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