- 1950, legs of Lisa Norris Elkins
- Museum's website, December 2014
Oeuvres en rapport
Bronze, vers 1907-1908, Paris, musée des Beaux-Arts de la ville de Paris, Petit Palais.
Museum's website, 23 December 2014:
Although primarily a painter, Renoir also was interested in sculpture. He often visited the Musée du Louvre to admire ancient and Renaissance sculpture. In his sixties, Renoir tackled sculpture for the first time, modeling with his own hands the portrait of his youngest son, Claude (nicknamed Coco), first as a medallion, then as a bust. These fresh and somewhat naive works were for his personal pleasure only; he did not exhibit or sell them.