Auguste Renoir, 1879 - Marguerite-Thérèse (Margot) Berard (1874–1956) - fine art print
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Marguerite-Thérèse (Margot) Berard (1874–1956) from Auguste Renoir as your personal art replica
In 1879 the artist Auguste Renoir made the artpiece named "Marguerite-Thérèse (Margot) Berard (1874–1956)". The original version was made with the size: 16 1/8 x 12 3/4 in (41 x 32,4 cm). Oil on canvas was applied by the French painter as the technique for the artwork. This artpiece is included in the digital collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is one of the world's largest and finest art museums, which includes more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe.. With courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Bequest of Stephen C. Clark, 1960 (license - public domain). The creditline of the artwork is the following: Bequest of Stephen C. Clark, 1960. Furthermore, alignment is in portrait format and has an image ratio of 3 : 4, meaning that the length is 25% shorter than the width.
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- The canvas print: A canvas direct print is a printed cotton canvas stretched on a wooden frame. The great advantage of canvas prints is that they are relatively low in weight, which means that it is easy to hang up the Canvas print without any wall-mounts. Canvas prints are suitable for all types of walls.
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The product details
|Article categorization:||wall art|
|Method of reproduction:||digital reproduction|
|Manufaturing technique:||digital printing (UV direct print)|
|Provenance:||produced in Germany|
|Type of stock:||on demand|
|Intended product usage:||art print gallery, art reproduction gallery|
|Image ratio:||3 : 4 (length : width)|
|Implication of the aspect ratio:||the length is 25% shorter than the width|
|Available material options:||acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), canvas print, metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper)|
|Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print) options:||30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31", 90x120cm - 35x47", 120x160cm - 47x63"|
|Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) size options:||30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31", 90x120cm - 35x47", 120x160cm - 47x63"|
|Poster print (canvas paper):||30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31", 90x120cm - 35x47"|
|Aluminium dibond print variants:||30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31", 90x120cm - 35x47"|
|Art print framing:||without frame|
Structured information on the piece of art
|Title of the artpiece:||"Marguerite-Thérèse (Margot) Berard (1874–1956)"|
|General category:||modern art|
|Temporal classification:||19th century|
|Created in the year:||1879|
|Age of artwork:||around 140 years|
|Original medium:||oil on canvas|
|Original dimensions (artwork):||16 1/8 x 12 3/4 in (41 x 32,4 cm)|
|Museum / collection:||The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|Place of the museum:||New York City, New York, United States of America|
|Website:||The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|License type:||public domain|
|Courtesy of:||The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Bequest of Stephen C. Clark, 1960|
|Creditline:||Bequest of Stephen C. Clark, 1960|
|Gender of the artist:||male|
|Country of origin:||France|
|Artist classification:||modern artist|
|Life span:||78 years|
|Year of birth:||1841|
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General information by The Metropolitan Museum of Art (© Copyright - by The Metropolitan Museum of Art - The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Renoir depicts the five-year-old daughter of his devoted patron Paul Berard, a diplomat and banker whom he met in 1878. The artist often summered at the Berards' country home in Wargemont, near Dieppe, on the Normandy coast, where he painted decorative pictures for the house and a veritable family album of portraits, ranging from formal commissions to more intimate works that reflect a genuine fondness for the four Berard children. According to Margot's nephew, Renoir painted this spirited portrait to "cheer her up" after a disagreeable lesson with her German tutor had brought her to tears.