Woman with a Cat by Pierre Auguste Renoir

Woman with a Cat

(Frau mit einer Katze)

Pierre Auguste Renoir

Post impressionism  ·  Portraits  ·  Pets
ring · portrait · impressionist · female · cat
Woman with a Cat by Pierre Auguste Renoir
1875   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 140242   ·  National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA / bridgemanimages.com
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20.05.2018
Inga G.
Art Print on Photo paper diamond, 35cm x 43cm.


28.12.2018
Paul P.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 58cm x 70cm, stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


25.10.2020
Francisco C.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 48cm x 58cm, stretched on stretcher.


05.01.2021
Anne H.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 31cm x 38cm, stretched on stretcher.
Cats have sneaked into the art on quiet paws. Especially the Impressionist painters with their special feeling for the beauty of the world put the purring four-legged in the center of their scenes. Renoir creates with his picture "Woman with a cat" a lovely moment that could hardly feminine. The softness of the cat in combination with the tender and rosy complexion of a young woman creates the lovely impression desired by Renoir. The painter loved women, he loved their gentleness, their rosy bodies. And he loved cats, those soft animals that are often given female attributes. Renoir has managed to capture a special moment. It holds a tender moment and puts it in the center. Just before the young woman's cheek touches the cat's head. It still seems the look of expectation of the touch of the soft fur on the face recognizable. Maybe they have not found the right position to cuddle, but are still intimately connected. There is still a hint of movement as the cat hugs. The woman with the cat speaks to the viewer on an emotional level and leaves no one unimpressed. Renoir puts the scene in a room. The pale blue background is indicated. The curtain gives a glimpse of a window. The eye falls on a situation that is a private moment. The girl in a high-necked dress, her arms unclothed and the cat in her arms. The exact brushwork makes the cat fur appear soft. The tabby coat seems to shine and the hair of the woman harmonizes with the colors of the cat. Woman and cat seem to be self enough. If the picture were a sound, it would be a sigh, a small quiet sound of contentment. Renoir's great claim is the beauty in the picture. The gentle cat, peaceful and without defense is a well-chosen motive to transport the claim. The woman with the cat is a picture to enjoy and to bring the viewer a smile in the face.

During the 18th century, cats developed a close relationship with humans. In the course of time, an intense closeness has developed, which is based on great admiration for the velvet paws. The cat became the company's companion. It was only a logical step that cats made their way into art and literature. Renoir managed to portray cats as a cuddly animal like no other artist. The intimate connection was a recurrent theme in his works. © Meisterdrucke

Woman with a Cat by Pierre Auguste Renoir

Woman with a Cat

(Frau mit einer Katze)

Pierre Auguste Renoir

Post impressionism  ·  Portraits  ·  Pets
ring · portrait · impressionist · female · cat
Woman with a Cat by Pierre Auguste Renoir
1875   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 140242   ·  National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA / bridgemanimages.com
   Add to favorites


20.05.2018
Inga G.
Art Print on Photo paper diamond, 35cm x 43cm.


28.12.2018
Paul P.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 58cm x 70cm, stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


25.10.2020
Francisco C.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 48cm x 58cm, stretched on stretcher.


05.01.2021
Anne H.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 31cm x 38cm, stretched on stretcher.
Cats have sneaked into the art on quiet paws. Especially the Impressionist painters with their special feeling for the beauty of the world put the purring four-legged in the center of their scenes. Renoir creates with his picture "Woman with a cat" a lovely moment that could hardly feminine. The softness of the cat in combination with the tender and rosy complexion of a young woman creates the lovely impression desired by Renoir. The painter loved women, he loved their gentleness, their rosy bodies. And he loved cats, those soft animals that are often given female attributes. Renoir has managed to capture a special moment. It holds a tender moment and puts it in the center. Just before the young woman's cheek touches the cat's head. It still seems the look of expectation of the touch of the soft fur on the face recognizable. Maybe they have not found the right position to cuddle, but are still intimately connected. There is still a hint of movement as the cat hugs. The woman with the cat speaks to the viewer on an emotional level and leaves no one unimpressed. Renoir puts the scene in a room. The pale blue background is indicated. The curtain gives a glimpse of a window. The eye falls on a situation that is a private moment. The girl in a high-necked dress, her arms unclothed and the cat in her arms. The exact brushwork makes the cat fur appear soft. The tabby coat seems to shine and the hair of the woman harmonizes with the colors of the cat. Woman and cat seem to be self enough. If the picture were a sound, it would be a sigh, a small quiet sound of contentment. Renoir's great claim is the beauty in the picture. The gentle cat, peaceful and without defense is a well-chosen motive to transport the claim. The woman with the cat is a picture to enjoy and to bring the viewer a smile in the face.

During the 18th century, cats developed a close relationship with humans. In the course of time, an intense closeness has developed, which is based on great admiration for the velvet paws. The cat became the company's companion. It was only a logical step that cats made their way into art and literature. Renoir managed to portray cats as a cuddly animal like no other artist. The intimate connection was a recurrent theme in his works. © Meisterdrucke
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Other art prints by Pierre Auguste Renoir
The Two Sisters, On the Terrace Port of La Rochelle, 1896 Blonde girl combing her hair, 1894 Luncheon of the Boating Party Flowering chestnut tree Bathers Playing with a Crab, c.1897 (oil on fabric) Child Drawing, 1905 Young Woman Arranging Her Earring, 1905. Young Woman Arranging Her Earring Vase of Roses Nude Woman Bathing; Seated Naked Woman, 1910 The Path through the Long Grass, c.1875 Landscape at Beaulieu, c.1893 Bathing Women Woman with a Cat
Other art prints by Pierre Auguste Renoir
The Two Sisters, On the Terrace Port of La Rochelle, 1896 Blonde girl combing her hair, 1894 Luncheon of the Boating Party Flowering chestnut tree Bathers Playing with a Crab, c.1897 (oil on fabric) Child Drawing, 1905 Young Woman Arranging Her Earring, 1905. Young Woman Arranging Her Earring Vase of Roses Nude Woman Bathing; Seated Naked Woman, 1910 The Path through the Long Grass, c.1875 Landscape at Beaulieu, c.1893 Bathing Women Woman with a Cat
Other motives from the category Portraits
Portrait of Madame Rimsky-Korsakov (1833-78) nee Varvara Dmitrievna Mergassov, 1864 Portrait of Pope Clement X Portrait of Princess of Baden, 1856 Empress Eugenie of France (1826-1920) wife of Napoleon Bonaparte III (1808-73) Portrait of Lady Middleton (1824-1901), 1863 Portrait of Sherling, from the cycle of portraits called The face of Russia, 1900 Portrait of Walt Whitman (1819-92) 1918 Portrait of Peter Kapitza (1894-1984) 1926 A Shepherd, 1635 Portrait of Anne of Austria (1601-1666), Infanta of Spain, Queen consort of France and Navarre (1615-1643) Portrait of a Young Man, 1658 Maharaja Jaswant Singh II of Jodhpur, c.1870s Irma Brunner Portrait of Lazare Nicolas Marguerite Carnot (1753-1823) Equestrian portrait of King Philip IV of Spain (1605-65) c.1645
Other motives from the category Portraits
Portrait of Madame Rimsky-Korsakov (1833-78) nee Varvara Dmitrievna Mergassov, 1864 Portrait of Pope Clement X Portrait of Princess of Baden, 1856 Empress Eugenie of France (1826-1920) wife of Napoleon Bonaparte III (1808-73) Portrait of Lady Middleton (1824-1901), 1863 Portrait of Sherling, from the cycle of portraits called The face of Russia, 1900 Portrait of Walt Whitman (1819-92) 1918 Portrait of Peter Kapitza (1894-1984) 1926 A Shepherd, 1635 Portrait of Anne of Austria (1601-1666), Infanta of Spain, Queen consort of France and Navarre (1615-1643) Portrait of a Young Man, 1658 Maharaja Jaswant Singh II of Jodhpur, c.1870s Irma Brunner Portrait of Lazare Nicolas Marguerite Carnot (1753-1823) Equestrian portrait of King Philip IV of Spain (1605-65) c.1645
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The birth of Venus The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun Reclining Semi-Nude (Masturbating) Male portrait study (the bad conscience) The Ancient of Days Soft Hard Portrait of Madame Rimsky-Korsakov (1833-78) nee Varvara Dmitrievna Mergassov, 1864 Composition VIII Painting by Vassily Kandinsky (or Wassily Kandinski or Kandinskij, 1866-1944). 1915 Sun. 201x140 cm New York, Guggenheim Museum Advertisement for the First International Hygiene Exhibition in Dresden, printed by Leutert and Schneidewind, Dresden 1911 Portrait of the Producer Vsevolod Emilievich Meyerhold (1874-1940) 1916 Meissen vase, c.1725 (porcelain) Two hugging women The Penitent Magdalene, c.1600 Poster advertising Charlie Chaplins The Great Dictator, first released in 1940, c.1945 Unknown picture
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The birth of Venus The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun Reclining Semi-Nude (Masturbating) Male portrait study (the bad conscience) The Ancient of Days Soft Hard Portrait of Madame Rimsky-Korsakov (1833-78) nee Varvara Dmitrievna Mergassov, 1864 Composition VIII Painting by Vassily Kandinsky (or Wassily Kandinski or Kandinskij, 1866-1944). 1915 Sun. 201x140 cm New York, Guggenheim Museum Advertisement for the First International Hygiene Exhibition in Dresden, printed by Leutert and Schneidewind, Dresden 1911 Portrait of the Producer Vsevolod Emilievich Meyerhold (1874-1940) 1916 Meissen vase, c.1725 (porcelain) Two hugging women The Penitent Magdalene, c.1600 Poster advertising Charlie Chaplins The Great Dictator, first released in 1940, c.1945 Unknown picture

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