Pierre-Auguste Renoir, In the Garden, 1885, 170.5 cm × 112.5 cm, Oil on canvas. The look of the young man shows his intentions: he is asking for this young woman's hand and heart. Her response reflects her thoughts of the future. An unusual detail for Renoir here is the cross-worn by the young woman; it is placed in the center of the composition, creating the focused meaning.
'Dance in the City' (1883) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) French artist who was a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style. The dreamy and romantic scene in this masterpiece is utterly Victorian and evokes the elegance of a Victorian ballroom.