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‘Young Woman in a Landscape’ Pierre-Auguste Renoir(c. 1915 - 1919)
Many of the colours that were newly available to painters during Renoir’s career are still favoured today. Renoir’s palette consisted of just seven warm and cool versions of primaries, plus white – Flake White, Cobalt Blue, Viridian, Dutch Yellow, Cadmium Yellow Light, Naples Orange, genuine Cadmium Vermilion Red Light, and Alizarin Crimson.
Just seven warm and cool versions of primaries, plus white, was typical for Renoir when painting out-of-doors, as was used in an earlier work, Boating on the Seine, the year before: Lead White, Cobalt Blue, Viridian, Chrome Yellow, Chrome (Yellow) Pale, Chrome Orange, Vermilion, and Red Lake.
Like his fellow Impressionists, Renoir’s ability to capture light in a landscape with vibrant pigments was greatly helped by 19th-century advances in colour chemistry and the invention of the collapsible paint tube.
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