Limited Edition Print : Lithograph on Archival Paper
Size : 19.5x17.5 in | 50x44 cm
Framed : 29.5x26 in | 75x66 cm
Edition : Trial Proof Epreve Finale, Regular Edition of 200REDUCED
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Signed Lithograph $1,600
Hand SignedAlexandre Renoir '05 Lower Right. Trial Proof Lower Left.
Framed with GlassAcid-free Conservation Mat Board And Backing
Purchased fromAuction House 2017
Provenance / HistorySeller purchased this piece along with another, both unframed in late 2017/early 2018.
Story / Additional InfoInspired by his great-grandfather's 1881 masterpiece, "Luncheon of the Boating Party," Alexandre Renoir's remarkable interpretation of Louise-Alphonsine Fournaise and Baron Raoul Barbier, leave no doubt that he inherited his great-grandfather's talent. This finished piece is the final Trial Proof viewed by the artist before authorizing the Edition's full run of 200.
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Alexandre Renoir - France
Art Brokerage: Alexandre Renoir French Artist: b. 1974. He was born in Cagnes Sur Mer in the south of France in 1974. When he was 4, the Renoir family moved to Canada, but even after leaving France, as the great-grand son of the great French Impressionist artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alexandre grew-up surrounded by art and artists. Alexandra Renoir's famous family includes film director Jean Renoir, actor Pierre Renoir, director of photography Claude Renoir Jr., and Claude's daughter actress Sophie Renoir, to name a few. Artistic from a young age, Alexandre went to various arts-oriented schools including the Virginia park school for the artistically gifted and the Victoria School for the Arts and Performance where he graduated in 1993. In addition to his formal education he also attended classes at the Alberta Museum on Aboriginal Arts and Crafts garnering experience in sculpture, pottery, woodworking, stone carving, commercial art, photography and painting. Alexandre's first serious artistic venture was with jewelry design, gemology and goldsmithing in a family venture which utilized the abundant local occurrence of the rare precious stone ammonite. Listings wanted!