| Oil paint on canvas|
| 181.9 by 98.1 centimetres (71.6 in × 38.6 in)|
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Pierre-Auguste Renoir artwork, Impressionist artwork, History paintings
Dance at Bougival (French: Danse à Bougival) is an 1883 work by Pierre-Auguste Renoir currently in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America. It has been described as "one of the museum's most beloved works".
Dance at Bougival Wikipedia
The work depicts two of Renoir's friends, Suzanne Valadon and Paul Auguste Llhote.
The painting has been described as one of Renoir's first reversions to a more classical style of painting he learned copying paintings in the Louvre while maintaining the bright palette of his fellow Impressionists.