Renoir and Van Gogh
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This paper compares two paintings, the first being "Seacoast near Wargemont in Normandy" (1880) by August Renoir and the second being "Wheat Field with Cypresses" (1889) by Vincent Van Gogh. According to the paper, both works can be identified as landscapes but they show different styles related to the country of origin and the artistic movement identified with each artist. The two paintings are found today in New York in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
From the Paper:"A comparison of the two paintings 'Seacoast near Wargemont in Normandy' (1880) by August Renoir and 'Wheat Field with Cypresses' (1889) by Vincent Van Gogh can both be identified as landscapes but show different styles related to the country of origin and the artistic movement identified with each artist. The two paintings are found today in New York in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Both artists are part of the Impressionist movement in France at the end of the nineteenth century. Both paintings are oil in canvas. The Renoir painting was done when the artist was a guest at the country house of Paul Berard. Renoir was attracted by the seaside views, and he painted this..."
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