Pierre-Auguste Renoir was one of the most beloved and talented of the Impressionist artists. His works, especially in his early period, are noted for their soft edges and brilliant colors. On Tuesday, November 13, I will complete my first Renoir copy. The Girl With a Watering Can depicts a young girl, dressed in brilliant blue, and clutching her watering can while in the garden. This painting draws a crowd every day. Young and old, her pleasant smile captivates them all and ranks as one of Renoir’s true masterpieces. Interest in the copy has been high with several people stating they would like a Renoir in their home.
The copy is 36″ by 26″ available for sale, certified as an authentic copy of the original brilliant masterpiece at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Painting the copy has been a joy. I can’t count the number of photos that have been taken while working on this icon in Renoir’s life. The young girls smile is so sweet you want to hug the painting. Several people have remarked they look at the painting and get the feeling they would like to jump into the painting so they could walk with this beautiful young lady. Interested? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.