The Luncheon of the Boating Party 1881 - Canvas Print

Pierre-Auguste Renoir Art print #1129

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  • The Luncheon of the Boating Party 1881 by Pierre-Auguste Renoir 1-piece Canvas Artwork
  • The Luncheon of the Boating Party 1881 1-piece Canvas Artwork

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Canvas Print Description

In this enduring icon of Impressionist painting, completed in 1881 by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, the shimmering stars of the social scene are displayed reclining amid the buoyant atmosphere of a waterside café. United together at the favorite haunt of the Impressionists Monet and Renoir, the Auberge du Père Furnace, critics, artists, authors, lovers, and hangers-on all cascade from a flimsy table. It is a work of youth and vigor, of romance and aspiration, but perhaps most importantly it is a testament to the social cohesion of Parisian artistic sub-cultures. Gathered around the table sit representatives from every rung of the socio-economic ladder. There is Hippolyte Alphonse Fournaise, the son of the owner of the inn where the scene is set, Baron Raoul Barbier, a former cavalry officer sitting with his back turned, the painter Gustave Caillebotte, as well as a sailor, a naval architect and a millionaire patron of the Impressionists. There is the actress Ellen André, Maggiolo the director of the influential newspaper Le Triboulet, there is journalist Paul Lhote with a pince-nez, the financier Ephrussi wearing a top hat, and the poet Jules Laforgue. In this ‘Last Supper’ of the inner mechanisms of the art world, Renoir takes a wry glance at the machinations of success. While their trailblazing ingenuity accounted for much, the artist reminds the viewer never to forget the power of the social circle to get things done. “The Luncheon of the Boating Party” is a powerful, ethereal glimpse of serenity, ambition, and humor, all set against the sleepy willows and bobbing ships that first made the Impressionists’ name.

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Canvas Print Framing Options

Gallery Wrapped Canvas

Gallery Wrapped Canvas

All of our artwork comes gallery wrapped.  The image is stretched around the sides and stapled to the back of the wooden frame.  Your piece of art will be ready to hang, and will include an easy-to-use hanging kit.

Floating Frame

Floating Frame

A little “armor for your art” that won‘t obscure the canvas.  Your canvas print is gallery wrapped and mounted to a 2" thick, elegant, black hard wood frame.  The art is inset, leaving a 3/8" space between the art and frame, creating the illusion that your art is “floating.”

Standard Frame

Standard Frame

Draw their eyes into the art with a classic frame.  Your canvas print will be gallery wrapped and then carefully encased with a contemporary black hard wood frame. Only available for select .75" thick sizes.

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Giclee Printing Process

Giclee Printing Process

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Giclee Printing Process

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The best quality canvas for texture and finish; premium inks for vivid color; hand-stretched over 100% North American pine frames.

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