"The Theatre Box"
by Pierre-Auguste Renoir - A Leader In the Development of the Impressionist
outstanding Limoges box represents a RENOIR ART BOOK with the famous "THE
THEATRE BOX" painting on the cover. This Renoir masterpiece was
painted when he was thirty-three and was shown in the first Impressionist
Exhibition of 1874. The painting portrays a glimpse into the
contemporary life of that era. Inside the Limoges box is the inscription
"The Theatre Box, Pierre-Auguste Renoir 1841-1919".
Limoges box is masterfully hand-painted with great detail and has been fired
numerous times to achieve its brilliant colors. The collectible Limoges box is
adorned with intricate metalwork and an ornate clasp. This Limoges porcelain
box is meticulously crafted entirely in Limoges, France and bears the insignia
of the artist.
1 3/4 inches high, 1 1/2
inches wide and 1 inch deep