This exhibition explores the relationship between Renoir and his models, who inspired his art. The exhibition showcases a variety of pieces, including drawings, prints, sculptures, and approximately forty paintings, among which are important works such as The Swing, The Dance in the Country, and Claude Renoir in Clown Costume.
For the first time in Hungary, visitors can see the artist’s evolution in chronological and thematic order, including nearly thirty works by Renoir held at the Museum of Fine Arts. A special section of the exhibition features the French master’s last masterpiece, The Bathers, painted in 1919.
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