We continue to go around the Carnegie Museum of Art and come across works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French 1841-1919). He has richly painted figures that sparkle with color. Renoir was a core member of the Impressionist group exhibiting at 4 of the 8 exhibitions. This painting was called “Bathers With Crab” from 1890-1899. The top young girl was teasing the others with a seaside crab.
The same work showing the entire frame also as it appears much different:
There was another work by Renoir that I nearly walked by because it was not typical of his work to me being a landscape called: “The Garden in the Rue Cortot, Montmartre” 1876.
The gentlemen depicted are thought to be Monet and Renior himself.