Definition of Renoir, Auguste in English:

Renoir, Auguste

proper noun

  • (1841–1919), French painter; full name Pierre Auguste Renoir. An early impressionist, he developed a style characterized by light, fresh colors and indistinct, subtle outlines. In his later work he concentrated on the human, especially female, form. Notable works: Le Moulin de la galette (1876) and The Judgment of Paris (c.1914).

Pronunciation

Renoir, Auguste

/ˈrɛnwɑr//ˈrenˌwär/