This is an oil on canvas still life painting of a bowl of apples on a pedestal. The pedestal is tipped forward, giving a completely flattened look to the painting. It has bright, vibrant colors with heavy black outlining.
The painting known as La Gommeuse represents a pivotal moment in Picasso’s artistic development in 1901, the year in which he had his first major exhibition at Ambroise Vollard’s gallery in Paris 1901 - art-Picasso.com
Jeanne Samary was one of the most celebrated actresses at the Comédie-Française when she first sat for Renoir in 1877 . Over the next three years, Renoir depicted Samary in no fewer than eight oils and four pastels, more than any other single sitter. - art-Renoir.com