Jean Francois Millet

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Noun1.Jean Francois Millet - French painter of rural scenes (1814-1875)Jean Francois Millet - French painter of rural scenes (1814-1875)
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Elsewhere, Gladwell & Patterson presents two works by Monet, including one of his early paintings made in the south of France, Pres de Monte Carlo (1883), and the striking Portrait of Georges Fournerie by Jean-Francois Millet, founder of the Barbizon school.
When this canvas was painted 150 years ago, Jean-Francois Millet could have been commenting on those left behind on farms as the population began migrating to cities.
recounts a fictional story of the brilliantly non-fictional painter, Jean-Francois Millet, who succumbs to the pressure from his friends to stage his own death in hopes of increasing the value of his paintings.
The exhibition, curated by David Tomas, revolved around a work by Desnoyers titled Millet Grid (2006), which is comprised of two versions of After Jean-Francois Millet, Gleaners (1857), one from 2002-2003 and one from 2006.
El moises mas perturbador se oculta en El Angelus (1857), de Jean-Francois Millet.
A museum in the Town Hall also houses many paintings by 19th century painter Jean-Francois Millet, who was born near the town.
The old way: Study for Woman Churning Butter, a pencil-and-black crayon sketch on paper by French painter Jean-Francois Millet, 1814-1875.
Drawings by several of the key Barbizon artists are on view, including "Nude Reclining in a Landscape" (1845) by Jean-Francois Millet and "Sunset from the Forest of Fontainebleau" (1850) by Theodore Rousseau.
His images of miners look, and function, very much like the ideologically conservative works of Jean-Francois Millet and Jules Breton--artists whom Vincent fervently admired and, in the case of Millet, even copied during this period.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Happy October birthdays to Jean-Francois Millet, Childe Hassam, Pablo Picasso, Roy Lichtenstein and Johannes Vermeer.
Chapters two and three spotlight "radical realists," Jean-Francois Millet and Gustave Courbet respectively, relative to their thematizing of peasant life in the aftermath of revolution.
The Habitual Peacefulness of Gruchy: Poems after Pictures by Jean-Francois Millet by David Middleton (Baron Rouge, LA: Lousiana State University Press, 2005)

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