While in San Antonio a week ago, one of our local sales consultants took me to the McNay Art Museum.

The McNay has a beautiful collection of works by well-known masters, but one piece that caught my eye in particular was a Renoir. But it was a Renoir with a difference – it was a sculpture.

Renoir started sculpture late in life, when his hands were already almost crippled by rheumatism. He worked with other artists, such as Ambroise Vollard and Richard Guino, to instantiate the visions in his mind.

Here, Washerwoman: