Degas/Renoir 2

It was made with oil on canvas in 1874. The thin layer of paint allows people to see the reworking from a viewpoint slightly above and to the side.
It was a painting and one of the first one's sold by Degas. It was made in 1869 and was not only a landscape, but a scene from everyday life.
Degas decided to focus on the orchestra pit with oil on canvas in this painting. It was made in 1870 and he actually knew the musicians personally.
I chose this because of how peaceful I think it would be to be these people. It turns out it is a frog pond in Paris popular for bathing.
I put this oil on canvas painting in because of the shadow usage on the flower tissue paper. I also like that this is one of the only still lives Renoir did.
It is the one of the most important work of the 1870's and was at the Impressionist exhibit in 1877. It was oil on canvas and made in 1876.
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