This Impressionistic piece of Renoir's takes influences from the likes of Watteau, Courbet, Fragonard, and Monet. The subject matter itself is a reference to the Rococo time of art without the same amount of sexuality as the period contained. It is very light subject matter, two lovers in the forest, with subdued colors and light peeking through the forest canopy. It captures the fleeting moments, like many Impressionistic paintings did, of the two lover's lives. I like the lovely textures of this piece, which give it a light and delicate air. Though this work does not have incredibly intricate detail, you can still see the details on the small plants, on her hat, and their faces.