Painted during Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s Ingres period, this 1887 work, Child with Cat (Julie Manet)
, now graces the front cover of this little notebook! Renoir’s fellow Impressionists and close friends, Berthe Morisot and her husband, Eugène Manet, commissioned him to paint this portrait of their young daughter, Julie. This pocket-sized, 64-page blank notebook is perfect for jotting down notes, “to-do” lists, sketches, and more.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) was one of the leading painters of the Impressionist art movement in France. He created Impressionist depictions of real life, and later in his career, he focused on formal portraits and figure paintings.
Renoir painted Child with Cat (Julie Manet) in 1887, during his Ingres period. His fellow Impressionists and close friends, Berthe and Eugène Morisot, commissioned him to paint this portrait of their young daughter, Julie. The painting resides at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.
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