The oil painting Ball At The Moulin De La Galette was created in 1876, which was one of the Renoir's famous works and currently preserved in the Orsay Museum of Paris. This painting was completed in the open air. Renoir showed a group of Paris people's entertainment life as well as their joy in a pub located in Montmartre in this painting.
He had a batting style (this was because he was early accepted the training of painting on porcelain) to exhibit the flush light figure. The framing looking from the top down raised the ground and made the bench in diagonal extension and categorically truncated prospect. The artist seemed to slightly forward the body in order for the better observation. Renoir was famous for the figure in the painting, which also took the sweet and relaxed atmosphere as well as the plump and bright face and hands as the most classic scenes. Impressionism Renoir's characteristic lied in describing the charming feeling. You rarely felt the pain or religious feelings in his paintings, but you often could feel the warmth of the family, such as a mother's or sister's smile. Renoir thought the painting was neither the scientific analysis of the light lines, nor the clever arrangement layout. The painting aimed to bring the happiness for the audiences and made the painting hung environment with the feelings the painter wanted.
About the creation environment of this painting, there were two versions: one was from his friend Ray's narrative, said "every day we moved the painting to the pancake mill, which was very difficult with the wind, because the painting was likely to be blown away like a kite". Therefore moving this large painting was not realistic and difficult to grasp the overall tone. And another idea thought that there were two pieces of Ball At The Moulin De La Galette, which one was preserved in the Orsay Museum and another small piece was privately collected by a Switzer. The small one was easy to handle and not as delicate as the big one. So some scholars believed that Renoir put the small one to the mill for creation and based on the small one to complete the big one. This point was still controversial in academic issue.