[br]Flower arrangements were an ideal vehicle for Renoir's Impressionism, allowing him to combine vivid color and sensuous texture. Renoir lavished thick, rich strokes upon the profusion of blossoms, their porcelain vase, and even the wall behind them. Both the bright hues of the vase and the gentle colors of the flowers are enhanced by the acid green backdr...
18-3/4 x 13 in
Oil on canvas
Public Domain, Courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art