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The Luncheon of the Boating Party, an oil on canvas by Pierre-Auguste Renoir was created in 1881 and embodies the characteristics associated with impressionist paintings. The work depicts a floating restaurant along the Seine waterway in France with many of Renoir’s friends and loved ones present. His future wife at the time is seen in the foreground playing with a puppy.
The Artist Series artfully transforms paint strokes into paper strips using the ancient art of quilling. Each card takes several hours to make and reimagines a famous work of art into a magnificent greeting card that can either be sent and shared with loved ones or kept and framed as the work of art it is.
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Product DetailsOutside Copy: Blank
Inside Copy: Blank plus additional blank insert to write your own message on
Size: 5.5" x 7"
Envelope Color: Burgundy
*Extra postage required for mailing
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The fact that there are so many subjects it makes for small faces that for me are disproportionate to the quilling, I don’t like the 3D effect. The quilling is always great, but the subject takes away from the overall look.
comment similar to Georges Seurat's card, I find there is a disconnect when there are to many people & the quilling. It truly takes away for the work of the quilling.
It is always easy giving a great review, but I don't render any help if I don't mention my disappointment and it isn't in the quilling, but in the choice of the subject. The fact that this piece has several people , for me, makes for a disconnect with the quilling. The colours are always lovely, it is the same with the Pierre-Auguste Renoir card.