Alexandre Renoir Signed 2009 Original Impressionism 22x26 Custom Framed Oil on Canvas (PA LOA)

Retail Price $10,000

  • Lot number 451270
  • Total bids 17
  • Winning bid $800.00
  • Buyer's premium $128.00
  • Total $928.00
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This original one of a kind oil on canvas painting by Alexandre Renoir measures approximately 16" x 20" in size and is in a beautiful new custom framed to 22 x 26 it has been hand-signed by Alexandre Renoir lower right. 

 

The art magnificently textured utilizing brush and palate knife to create an impressionistic floral vase of poppies evoking the feeling of an earlier impressionistic era. Renoir’s art is sold at the finest art galleries in the world. Direct from the Renoir Family Collection.

 

The piece includes an authenticity guarantee and LOA from Pristine Auction.

Authentication: Renoir Official COA and Pristine Auction LOA (details)

Alexandre Renoir

French Artistb. 1974

Alexandre Renoir was born in Cagnes Sur Mer in the south of France. When he was 4, the family moved to Canada, but even after leaving France, as the great-grand son of the great French Impressionist artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alexandre grew-up surrounded by art and artists. 

His famous family includes film director Jean Renoir, actor Pierre Renoir, director of photography Claude Renoir Jr., and Claude's daughter actress Sophie Renoir, to name a few.

Artistic from a young age, Alexandre went to various arts-oriented schools including the Virginia park school for the artistically gifted and the Victoria School for the Arts and Performance where he graduated in 1993. In addition to his formal education he also attended classes at the Alberta Museum on Aboriginal Arts and Crafts garnering experience in sculpture, pottery, woodworking, stone carving, commercial art, photography and painting. 

His first serious artistic venture was with jewelry design, gemology and goldsmithing in a family venture which utilized the abundant local occurrence of the rare precious stone ammonite.

Although he was immersed in the arts and culture of his environment, Alexandre remained primarily an onlooker until his drawing abilities were tapped by his brother Emmanuel. During a visit to La Jolla, Emmanuel gave Alexandre some drawing paper and challenged him to draw with charcoal. The results were impressive, delighting both Alexandre and his brother. From the first sheet, Alexandre could naturally draw in various styles; his charcoal drawings are created with a sense of ease and grace that is reminiscent of the beauty and charm of the impressionism period. 

Alexandre's works currently reside in private collections in numerous cities throughout Canada as well as in the United States, Mexico, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Dubai, The United Arab Emirates, Quatar, Indonesia, China and India. A North American tour of galleries is now being developed and exhibitions in Europe and Asia are planned.

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