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"For me, a picture must have something likable, enjoyable and pretty, yes, something pretty to be! There are enough unpleasant things in the world than that we still need to fabricate more! ... I know very well how difficult it is to create a lively art, one also recognizes the predicate of great art. "Quote Auguste Renoir
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The Lilymadonna "Oilpainting on Linen" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)
Renoir's Religious painting of the rediscovered works of art
Our introduction cons Discovered Artworks Renoir we start over from the probably most unknown side of the all-round artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919). Religious art the art of Renoir in master beauty and grace were created were considered disappearance and could never be included in the List of Renoir's for this reason.
Therefore the Lilymadonna oil painting is an art sensation becouse it was also the first work of art religious painting by Renoir which was rediscovered by Wolfgang Kozlowski. Would not chance been in the game, the international art scene would never have known of the practical work of Renoir its results this painting.
Below is a small excerpt how and in what manner Adventurous The Lilymadonna was discovered and thus a new chapter could be written in the history of art resist discovered art. You can return after the excerpt again back to the website and explore the scientific and all other facts about the painting The Lilymadonna.
Free reading sample the rediscovering of The Lilymadonna
The rediscovery of Renoir's Lilymadonna - a piece of art history
In Biographies Renoir you can find stories about that Renoir painted religious paintings, but these are all lost. No museum in the world, no foundation and no collectors, no one is allowed to make a similar discovery as the featured at Art Renoir paintings and works of art to this day.
The postimpressionist phase of life Renoir
After a stay in 1881 in Italy, during which he authored around 1400 reads a manual for painters, it is strongly oriented towards Raphael's frescoes and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. It starts the so-called "Ingres period" or "dry period". Renoir began to shift from basic to New, he turns away from the spontaneity and records the sharper forms, but remains on the subjects full of life. He turns away from Impressionism and moved on the classicism. A trip in September 1883 leads him to the island of Guernsey, where a series of paintings arise, including Moulin Huet Bay. Info4
Pierre-Auguste Renoir [pjɛːʁ oˈgyst ʁəˈnwaːʁ] (* 25. Februar1841 in Limoges, Limousin; † 3. Dezember1919 in Cagnes-sur-Mer, Côte d'Azur, so called Auguste Renoir, was a french painter of Impressionism.
Stylistic comparison Raphael - Renoir
PAR = Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Monograms Renoir. On the right side, another Madonna paintings from the Collection Wolfgang Kozlowski The Lilymadonna 2/4
Drawing Madonna with the Pomegranate
Not elaborated design
Year: 1504 Raphael Santi Info5
When searching by Raphael Santi evidence had to be provided, the painter Raphael in painting the Madonna lily was the model Renoir. After days of research, finally i came across the head and neck portrait drawing, Madonna with the Pomegranate.
In the juxtaposition of the painting Madonna of the Lilies by Renoir could finally provided the inspiration be identified. Please see for yourself that it is at the Madonna lilies to a präraffaelistische work Info6
The evidence as a source of inspiration for Raphael
The double veil, that is followed with the exception of the original, even if not exactly on the model. The halo and the main feature of the inclined head.
In particular, looking down eyes and the pointed shape of the mouth and the dimples that can arise that. there is no doubt that the head - neck portrait drawing of Raphael Santis "Madonna of the Pomegranate" by the inspiration for the painting of The Lilymadonna of Renoir had to act.
Rafhael: Madonna Conestabile 1504
Raphael, and Raphael da Urbino, Raffaello Santi [raf ː o ː aɛl santi] Raffaello Sanzio [santsi̯o] or Raphael (born April 6, or 28 März1483 in Urbino; † 6 April1520 in Rome) was an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance. Info7
The pictured here in blue coat Conestabile Madonna, by Raphael Santi, was made the same year as the Madonna of the Pomegranate. The design of the Madonna of the Pomegranate was not carried out, obviously there is not a main design of the painting.
The clad in blue coat Madonna is about the head - neck posture of the design, but differs with the postition of the child in the hands of the Madonna from. It must be strongly assumed that the design if this not the exact model of the Madonna Conestabile is, but then, in close connection with the Madonna is the pomegranate, as both illustrations each including a child and a book, etc.. The head - neck posture agrees in part. Furthermore, in both applies the same work year.
Renoir was inspired de facto of the drawing, and possibly also of the painting. If Renoir Madonna lilies and background in the hilly landscape, like, could possibly also the water of inspiration at the Conestabile Madonna, but it is broadly regarded as the work of Renoir's own composition in homage to Raphael Santi and not a copy. It used to walk and add to the painters have inspired each other. The final version of Renoir, however, gives way eventually to the different soil and the plaid pattern, the lilies in the amphora - spindle with basket and especially in the most important point, The Lilymadonna wears no child from.
The painting The Lilymadonna can be regarded as an independent work of Renoir in homage to Raphael Santi.
The Lilymadonna of Renoir, a representation of the Virgin Mary. Info Mary Mother of Jesus
Here you will find the scientific authenticity certificates
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Please note that the scientific Certificate is aimed solely at determining the age-related origin in order to offer proof that this definitely is an original paintings from Renoir is, in turn, with the application, and finally the evaluation by the unique Renoir Acronym method only receives the necessary write-up of Renoir.
In the featured paintings so it is exclusively an original oil painting of Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841 - 1919).
A certificate of authenticity determination in the form of a scientific investigation has occurred The Lilymadonna at the oil painting. The scientific facts of the certificate to oil painting The Lilymadonna confirmed the chronology in Renoir period
A cross-check on the authenticity of The Lilymadonna was carried out with the Renoir Acronym method at the front of oil paintings and after the examination in the science lab. The typical Renoir features such as Name - monogram - initials etc. could be detected and located in the following proof for authenticity of The Lilymadonna.
With the prior publication on www.ArtRenoir.com and one of the contents of the argument for oil painting The Lilymadonna, Renoir's work may be regarded now as a part of art history.
Renoir authenticity certificates of age determination
A.R.5.GER The Lilymadonna - German.pdf Download
A.R.5.ENG The Lilymadonna - English.pdf Download
A.R.5.FRA The Lilymadonna - French.pdf Download
A.R.5.ITA The Lilymadonna - Italian.pdf Download
Exerpt of the Madonna of the Pomegranate / excerpt The Lilymadonna
Albertina Museum Vienna (Website in German Language) Info8
Extract chair top, 3 letters immediately above the edge of the chair, the significant PAR
PAR on chair in the enlargement
Reading order of the letters
1 Up arrow down = P Pierre
2 Arrow left to right A = Auguste
3 Arrow down to the R = Renoir
4 R with a point.
Please compare the row with the monogram on the painting 2 photos below.
Under The Lilymadonna Collection 2/4 you can also see the monogram on the edge of your seat, PAR Renoir's initials
PAR, colored in blue
R. monogram, please compare the row with the point in the upper and lower image
PAR in yellow - red glow under infrared reflectography Info9
Lettering on chair Renoir, under infrared reflectography Info10
Amphora with lilies and Renoir signature in the undersigning, see below under infrared reflectography
Renoir lettering "Among the Lilies", see above & below
Among the lilies, arrow-end magnification shows Renoir's name
Renoir's signature on infrared reflectography
Under infrared reflectography
Wooden spindle into the hands of the The Lilymadonna
Lettering - Name Renoir in the wood of the spindle under infrared reflectography
Wicker basket with hook book
Excerpt of the book on wicker basket
A = Auguste - Renoir on book under infrared reflectography
Signature brought to light - A Renoir - Bright spots on book under infrared reflectography colored with Photo Filter
Signature samples Renoir
Section II book on wicker basket
Renoir on book headings under infrared reflectography
Craquelure (age cracks)
UV - Wood's light
In the category of the collection you can find 3 more Lilymadonna from Renoir. The photos have been partially defaced easy because the entire collection will be shown in more detail in the book presentation and the video documentation. To see the Collection of The Lilymadonnas please click here
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