List of paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

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This is an incomplete list of paintings by Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Renoir painted about 4000 paintings that have sold at auction for as much as $78.1 million (in 1990).[1][2] The largest collection of Renoir paintings is at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.[3]

1860–1869Edit

Picture Title Year Dimensions Museum
  Mademoiselle Romaine Lacaux 1864 81.3 cm × 65 cm (32.0 in × 25.6 in) Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.[4]
  Portrait of William Sisley
(fr:Portrait de William Sisley)
1864 81.5 cm × 65.5 cm (32.1 in × 25.8 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  Lise with a Parasol 1867 184 cm × 115 cm (72 in × 45 in) Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany[5]
  Frédéric Bazille Peignant à son Chevalet
(fr:Frédéric Bazille at his Easel)
1867 105 cm × 73.5 cm (41.3 in × 28.9 in) Musée Fabre, Montpellier, France[6]
  Skaters in the Bois de Boulogne 1868 72 cm × 90 cm (28 in × 35 in) Private collection
  En été (La Bohémienne)
(In Summer (The Bohemian))
1868 83 cm × 59 cm (33 in × 23 in) Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany[7]
  The Fiances
(fr:Les Fiancés - Le Ménage Sisley)
1868 105 cm × 75 cm (41 in × 30 in) Wallraf–Richartz Museum, Cologne, Germany
  La Grenouillère 1869 66 cm × 81 cm (26 in × 32 in) Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden[8]

1870–1879Edit

Picture Title Year Dimensions Museum
  La Promenade 1870 81.3 cm × 64.8 cm (32.0 in × 25.5 in) Getty Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S.[9]
  Madame Clémentine Valensi Stora 1870 84 cm × 58 cm (33 in × 23 in) Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, California, U.S.
  Bather with a Griffon Dog
(French: Baigneuse avec un Griffon)
1870 184 cm × 115 cm (72 in × 45 in) São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil[10]
  Woman with Parakeet
(French: La Femme à la Perruche)
1871 92.1 cm × 65.1 cm (36.3 in × 25.6 in) Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, U.S.
  Pont Neuf, Paris
(fr:Pont Neuf)
1872 74 cm × 93 cm (29 in × 37 in) National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.[11]
  Madame Monet Lying on a Sofa
(Madame Monet Étendue sur un Sofa)
1872 54 cm × 72 cm (21 in × 28 in) Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, Portugal
  Parisian Women in Algerian Costume (The Harem)
(French: Costume de Parisiennes algériennes (Le Harem))
1872 156 cm × 128.8 cm (61.4 in × 50.7 in) National Museum of Western Art , Tokyo, Japan[12]
  Monet Painting in His Garden at Argenteuil
(French: Monet Peignant dans son Jardin à Argenteuil)
1873 46 cm × 60 cm (18 in × 24 in) Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.[13]
  La Loge
(The Theatre Box)
1874 80 cm × 63.5 cm (31.5 in × 25.0 in) Courtauld Gallery, London, England, U.K.
  The Dancer
(French: Le Danseur)
1874 142.5 cm × 94.5 cm (56.1 in × 37.2 in) National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.[14]
  La Parisienne 1874 163.5 cm × 108.5 cm (64.4 in × 42.7 in) National Museum Wales, Cardiff, Wales, U.K.
  In the Garden - Under the Arbor at Moulin de la Galette
(Au jardin - Sous la Tonnelle au Moulin de la Galette)
1875 81 cm × 65 cm (32 in × 26 in) Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia
  The Grands Boulevards 1875 521.21 cm × 635.51 cm (205.20 in × 250.20 in) Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
  Pére Fournaise 1875 59 cm × 47 cm (23 in × 19 in) Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, U.S.[15]
  The Swing
(French: La Balançoire)
1876 92 cm × 73 cm (36 in × 29 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  A Girl with a Watering Can
(French: Une Fille Avec un Arrosoir)
1876 100 cm × 73 cm (39 in × 29 in) National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.
  Self-Portrait, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1876 73.3 cm × 57.3 cm (28.9 in × 22.6 in) Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
  Bal du moulin de la Galette
(Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette)
1876 131 cm × 175 cm (52 in × 69 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  Mother and Children
(French: La Promenade)
1876 170.2 cm × 108.3 cm (67.0 in × 42.6 in) Frick Collection, New York City, New York, U.S.
  Woman in Black
( Portrait de Femme en Noir)
1876 65.5 cm × 55.5 cm (25.8 in × 21.9 in) Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia
  Jeanne Durand-Ruel 1876 113 cm × 754 cm (44 in × 297 in) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.[16]
  Portrait of Victor Chocquet
(French: Porträt des Victor Chocquet)
1876 46 cm × 36 cm (18 in × 14 in) Am Römerholz, Winterthur, Switzerland[17]
  The First Outing
(fr:La Première Sortie)
1876–1877 65 cm × 49.5 cm (25.6 in × 19.5 in) National Gallery, London, England
  Actress Jeanne Samary
(French: Portrait de l'Actrice Jeanne Samary)
1877 52 cm × 46 cm (20 in × 18 in) Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia
  Portrait of the Actress Jeanne Samary
(French: Portrait de l'Actrice Jeanne Samary)
1878 174 cm × 105 cm (69 in × 41 in) Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia
  Portrait of Madame Charpentier
(French: Portrait de Madame Charpentier)
1876–1877 46.5 cm × 38 cm (18.3 in × 15.0 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France[18]
  Madame Georges Charpentier and her Children
(Madame Charpentier et ses Enfants)
1878 153 cm × 190 cm (60 in × 75 in) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York, U.S.
  Paysage Bords de Seine
(On the Shore of the Seine)
1879 14 cm × 23 cm (5.5 in × 9 in) Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
  Lunch at the Restaurant Fournaise
(French: Déjeuner au Restaurant Fournaise)
c. 1879 55.1 cm × 65.9 cm (21.7 in × 25.9 in) Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
  Oarsemen at Chatou
(French: Les Canotiers à Chatou)
1879 81.2 cm × 100.2 cm (32.0 in × 39.4 in) National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.[19]

1880–1889Edit

Picture Title Year Dimensions Museum
  Two Sisters (On the Terrace)
(French: Les Deux Sœurs (Sur la Terrasse))
1881 100.5 cm × 81 cm (39.6 in × 31.9 in) Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
  Mlle Irène Cahen d'Anvers 1880 65 cm × 54 cm (26 in × 21 in) Foundation E.G. Bührle, Zurich, Switzerland[20]
  Sleeping Girl
(French: Fille endormie)
1880 120 cm × 94 cm (47 in × 37 in) Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, U.S.[21]
  Near the Lake
(French: Près du Lac)
1880 47.5 cm × 56.4 cm (18.7 in × 22.2 in) Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.[22]
  Venice, the Doge's Palace
(French: Venise, le Palais des Doges)
1881 54.5 cm × 65 cm (21.5 in × 25.6 in) Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, U.S.[23]
  Luncheon of the Boating Party
(French: Le Déjeuner des Canotiers)
1881 129.9 cm × 172.7 cm (51.1 in × 68.0 in) The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., U.S.
  Blonde Bather (1881)
(French: La Baigneuse Blonde)
1881 82 cm × 66 cm (32 in × 26 in) Private collection
  Young Girls in Black
(French: Jeunes Filles en Noir)
1881 80 cm × 65 cm (31 in × 26 in) Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia
  Pink and Blue (Renoir)
(Alice and Elisabeth Cahen d’Anvers)
1881 119 cm × 74 cm (47 in × 29 in) São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil
  Fruits of the Midi
(French: Fruits du Midi)
1881 51 cm × 69 cm (20 in × 27 in) Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.[24]
  The Umbrellas
(French: Les Parapluies)
1881, 1885 180.3 cm × 114.9 cm (71.0 in × 45.2 in) National Gallery, London, U.K.
  Steps in Algiers
(French: Étapes à Alger)
1882 73 cm × 60.5 cm (28.7 in × 23.8 in) Private collection
  Blonde Bather (1882)
(French: La Baigneuse Blonde)
1882 90 cm × 63 cm (35 in × 25 in) Private collection
  Portrait of Charles and George Durand-Ruel
(French: Portrait de Charles et George Durand-Ruel)
1882 65 cm × 81 cm (26 in × 32 in) Private collection
  Still Life, Roses of Wargemont
(French: Nature morte, Roses de Wargemont)
1882 65 cm × 81 cm (26 in × 32 in) Private collection
  By the Seashore
(French: Femme Assise au Bord de la Mer)
1883 92.1 cm × 72.4 cm (36.3 in × 28.5 in) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.
  Dance at Bougival
(French: La Danse à Bougival)
1883 181.9 cm × 98.1 cm (71.6 in × 38.6 in) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
  Fog at Guernsey
(French: Brouillard à Guernsey)
1883 54 cm × 65 cm (21 in × 26 in) Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.[25]
  Dance in the City
(French: Danse dans la Ville)
1883 180 cm × 90 cm (71 in × 35 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  Dance in the Country
(French: Danse à la Campagne)
1883 180 cm × 90 cm (71 in × 35 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  Children on the Seashore, Guernsey
(French: Enfants au Bord de la Mer, Guernesey)
1883 91.4 cm × 66.4 cm (36.0 in × 26.1 in) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts[26]
  Sunset in Douarnenez
(French: Coucher de soleil à Douarnenez)
1883 53.7 cm × 64.4 cm (21.1 in × 25.4 in) Private collection
  Naked Woman in a Landscape
(French: Femme Nue dans un Paysage)
1883 65 cm × 54 cm (26 in × 21 in) Private collection
  Children on the Beach of Guernesey
(French: Enfants sur la Plage de Guernesey)
1883 54.2 cm × 65 cm (21.3 in × 25.6 in) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.[27]
  Girl with a Hoop
(French: Fille avec un Cerceau)
1885 125.7 cm × 76.6 cm (49.5 in × 30.2 in) National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.
  Nature Morte: Fleurs
(Still Life: Flowers)
1885 81.9 cm × 65.8 cm (32.2 in × 25.9 in) Guggenheim Museum, New York, U.S.
  In the Garden
(French: Dans le Jardin)
1885 170.5 cm × 112.5 cm (67.1 in × 44.3 in) Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia
  Woman with Fan
(French: Femme à l'Éventail)
1886 56 cm × 46 cm (22 in × 18 in) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.[28]
  Garden Scene in Britanny
(French: Scène de jardin en Bretagne)
1886 54 cm × 65.4 cm (21.3 in × 25.7 in) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.[29]
  Woman Arranging her Hair
(fr:Femme se coiffant)
1887 65.3 cm × 54 cm (25.7 in × 21.3 in) Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia
  Les Grandes Baigneuses
(The Large Bathers)
1884–87 115 cm × 170 cm (45 in × 67 in) Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
  The Daughters of Catulle Mendès 1888 61.9 cm × 129.9 cm (24.4 in × 51.1 in) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York, U.S.[30]
  Young Woman with a Blue Ribbon
(French: Jeune Fille au Ruban Bleu)
1888 55 cm × 46 cm (22 in × 18 in) Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, France
  Girl with Spikes
(French: Fille aux oreilles)
1888 65 cm × 54 cm (26 in × 21 in) São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil[31]
  A Young Girl with Daisies
(French: Une Jeune Fille avec des Marguerites)
1889 65.1 cm × 54 cm (25.6 in × 21.3 in) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York, U.S.[32]
  The Two Sisters
(French: Les Deux Soeurs)
1889 65.6 cm × 54.7 cm (25.8 in × 21.5 in) Private collecgtion

1890–1899Edit

Picture Title Year Dimensions Museum
  In the Meadow
(French: Dans le Pré)
1890 81 cm × 60 cm (32 in × 24 in) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York, U.S.[33]
  Girls at the Piano
(French: Jeunes Filles au Piano)
1892 116 cm × 90 cm (46 in × 35 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  Girl Playing Croquet
(French: Fille jouant au croquet)
1892 Fondation Valentim, São Paulo, Brazil
  Bathers Playing with a Crab
(French: Baigneurs jouant avec un crabe)
1895 75.5 cm × 85.5 cm (29.7 in × 33.7 in) Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, U.S.[34]
  Gabrielle Renard and infant son, Jean
(French: Gabrielle Renard et Jean enfant)
1895–1896 65 cm × 54 cm (26 in × 21 in) Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, France[35]
  Woman Playing a Guitar
(French: Femme Jouant de la Guitare)
1897 81 cm × 65 cm (32 in × 26 in) Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, France
  Yvonne et Christine Lerolle au piano
(Yvonne et Christine Lerolle at the Piano)
1897 73 cm × 92 cm (29 in × 36 in) Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, France

1900–1909Edit

Picture Title Year Dimensions Museum
  Renoirs House at Essoyes 1906 33 cm × 41 cm (13 in × 16 in) Private collection
  Nude woman lying down
(Femme Nue Couchée))
1906 67 cm × 160 cm (26 in × 63 in) Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, France
  Gabrielle with Open Blouse
(French: Gabrielle Avec la Chemise Ouverte)
c. 1907 65 cm × 53 cm (26 in × 21 in) Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Tehran, Iran
  La Toilette : femme se peignant
(La Toilette: Femme se Peignant)
1907 55 cm × 46.5 cm (21.7 in × 18.3 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  Ambroise Vollard
(Ambroise Vollard)
1908 81.6 cm × 65.2 cm (32.1 in × 25.7 in) Courtauld Gallery, London, England
  Still Life, Roses in Front of Blue Curtain
(French: Nature Morte, Roses Devant le Rideau Bleu)
1908 48 cm × 54.5 cm (18.9 in × 21.5 in) Private collection
  Claude Renoir in Clown Costume
(Claude Renoir en clown)
1909 120 cm × 77 cm (47 in × 30 in) Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, France

1910–1919Edit

Picture Title Year Dimensions Museum
  Nude
(French: Nu)
1910 65.5 cm × 54 cm (25.8 in × 21.3 in) National Museum of Serbia, Belgrade
  The Coast at Cagnes, Sea, Mountains 1910 Bristol Museum, England, U.K.
  Self-Portrait 1910 18 cm × 15 cm (7.1 in × 5.9 in) Private collection
  After the Bath
(French: La Sortie du Bain)
1910 94.5 cm × 75.2 cm (37.2 in × 29.6 in) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S[36]
  Portrait of Paul Durand-Ruel 1910 65 cm × 55 cm (26 in × 22 in) Archives Durand-Ruel[37]
  Self-portrait 1910 42 cm × 33 cm (17 in × 13 in) Private collection
  Woman at the Fountain
(French: Femme à la fontaine)
1910 91 cm × 74 cm (36 in × 29 in) Galerie Paul Rosenberg
  Portrait of Ambroise Vollard in a Red Headscarf
(French: Ambroise Vollard au foulard rouge)
1911 30 cm × 25 cm (11.8 in × 9.8 in) Petit Palais, Paris, France
  The Farm at Les Collettes, Cagnes 1908–1914 54.6 cm × 65.4 cm (21.5 in × 25.7 in) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York, U.S.
  Seated Bather Drying Her Leg
(French: Baigneuse assise s'essuyant une jambe)
1914 51 cm × 41 cm (20 in × 16 in) Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, France[38]
  Women Bathers
(French: Femmes au Bain)
1916 40.5 cm × 51 cm (15.9 in × 20.1 in) Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden[39]
  Blonde Girl with a Rose
(French: Blonde à la Rose)
1915–1917 64 cm × 54 cm (25 in × 21 in) Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, France[40]
  Portrait of Ambroise Vollard 1917 102 cm × 83 cm (40 in × 33 in) Private collection
  Bathers
(French: Les baigneuses)
1918 65 cm × 80 cm (26 in × 31 in) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S[41]
  The Concert
(French: Le Concert)
1918 75.6 cm × 92.7 cm (29.8 in × 36.5 in) Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada[42]
  Portrait of Adèle Besson 1918 41 cm × 36.8 cm (16.1 in × 14.5 in) Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie de Besançon, France
  The Bathers
(French: Les Baigneuses)
1918-1919 24 cm × 43 cm (9.4 in × 16.9 in) Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
  Madeleine Leaning on Her Elbow with Flowers in Her Hair 1918 50.1 cm × 41.2 cm (19.7 in × 16.2 in) stolen during an armed robbery on 8 September 2011 from a home in Houston, Texas[43]
  Landscape by 1919 10 cm × 30 cm (3.9 in × 11.8 in)

Interactive imageEdit

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Close-upsEdit

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