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 (ko͞or-bā′, -bĕ′), Gustave 1819-1877.
French painter known for his realistic depiction of everyday scenes. His works include Burial at Ornans (1850) and The Artist's Studio (1855).


(French kurbɛ)
(Biography) Gustave (ɡystav). 1819–77, French painter, a leader of the realist movement; noted for his depiction of contemporary life



Gustave, 1819–77, French painter.
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We are happy to represent the Philippines and show the world we can play good football,' team captain Enzo Courbet said in a statement.
Courbet nao chegou a isso: desde 1848, ele vem expondo, sem interrupcao nos diversos Saloes, telas importantes que sempre tiveram o privilegio de reacender as discussoes.
Curiosity and tactility also draw visitors to Atelier Courbet, located on Mott Street in Nolita and run by the French-born entrepreneur Melanie Courbet.
La fotografa-modelo altera las correspondencias: su cuerpo es oracion: madeja: confluencia: "cuando cito a Gustave Courbet y su clasico El origen el mundo, lo hago con mi cuerpo.
When the dust settled, it was the twinned apparitions of Antonio Canova and Gustave Courbet that emerged.
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The painting, which is on long-term loan from a private collection, will hang among a contingent of French landscapes and seascapes by the Impressionists and their forerunners, such as Monet, Pissarro, Boudin and Courbet.
Showcasing works by artists including Gustave Courbet, Edouard Manet, Edgar Degas, and Claude Monet and by photography pioneers such as Gustave Le Gray and Henri Le Secq, this generously illustrated volume shows how the new medium of photography affected 19th century ideas on image making and recording the passage of time, and how photography ultimately influenced the rise of Impressionism.
The nineteenth century French realist painter Gustave Courbet (1819-1877) is by any standard one of Europe's most accomplished artists of his time and a man whose work is enduringly popular as a subject for today's aspiring artists.
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Throughout, excellent illustrations clarify points being made: works by Durer, Courbet, Egon Schiele, Hopper, C6zanne, Franz Kline, Rembrandt, van Gogh, Pollock and many others.
The exhibition devoted to Gustave Courbet that opened in New York last month after its showing at the Grand Palais in Paris takes place 130 years after the artist's death in his Swiss exile at La Tour-de-Peilz, close to the medieval Chateau de Chillon, a place that artists and poets, including Turner and Byron, had visited and immortalised in their work.