Bathing Women is a 1916 painting in the Impressionist style by the leading French artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. This work is located in the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo, Norway.
Bathing Women depicts two nude women bathing near a stream and is one of a number of similar paintings by Renior and the other Impressionists. Renoir’s use of vibrant colors and soft brushstrokes captures the movement and light of the scene, evoking a sense of tranquility and serenity. The painting showcases Renoir’s ability to capture the beauty and sensuality of the human form while maintaining a sense of innocence and naturalness. “Bathing Women” is a typical example of Renoir’s Impressionist style, with a focus on capturing the mood and atmosphere of a moment in time.