At left is the original painting titled "Two Young Girls at the Piano," painted by Auguste Renoir in 1892. Below right is our altered version, which has 5 things that have been changed ... can you find them?
Once you're ready to check your answers, or - if you give up before finding all 5 - then you can find the answers here.
The original painting by Auguste Renoir, titled "Two Young Girls at the Piano," from 1892 - look closely and study this painting first!
Our altered version of Renoir's "Two Young Girls at the Piano;" can you find 5 things that are different/
This painting is considered an Impressionist masterpiece. Renoir depicts two young girls at a piano in a middle-to-upper class home, one in a white dress with blue sash who is seated and playing the piano, and one in a pink dress who is standing alongside, perhaps ready to help turn the page of the sheet music in front of the piano player.
To learn more about Renoir's painting "Two Young Girls at the Piano," check it out at The Metropolitan Museum of Art's website. To learn more about the artist Auguste Renoir, who is pictured below in a photograph circa 1875, check out his Wikipedia page here.
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