Bailey, Colin B. et al. RENOIR's Portraits: Impressions of an Age. 384 pp., 70 color plates and 326 figures, most in b&w. 4to, wraps. New Haven, Yale University Press in association with The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1997.
This first book devoted exclusively to Renoir's portraits accompanies a travelling exhibition. Created throughout his career, Renoir's portraits were notably successful, unlike those of most other Impressionists. The text explores the place of portraiture in the overall context of his career, and offers new biographical information on the subjects.
Exhibition in Ottawa, Chicago and Fort Worth.
Item nr. 48142