Manet


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Ma·net

 (mə-nā′, mă-), Édouard 1832-1883.
French painter and forerunner of impressionism whose works, including Déjeuner sur l'herbe (Luncheon on the Grass, 1863), were highly controversial in his day.

Manet

(French manɛ)
n
(Biography) Édouard (edwar). 1832–83, French painter. His painting Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe (1863), which was condemned by the Parisian establishment, was acclaimed by the Impressionists, whom he decisively influenced

Ma•net

(mæˈneɪ)

n.
Édouard, 1832–83, French painter.
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To look at his pictures you would have thought that Monet, Manet, and the rest of the Impressionists had never been.
They talked of the places they had been to in the summer, of studios, of the various schools; they mentioned names which were unfamiliar to Philip, Monet, Manet, Renoir, Pissarro, Degas.
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Its left-hand section was cut off, most likely by Manet himself.
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Barber director, Nicola Kalinsky, said: "It is a wonderful opportunity to have these two landmark Manet portraits side by side at the Barber in this new and never-before-seen juxtaposition.
Manet himself was not concerned with explaining his position astride this shifting line.
The cinema event will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes moments of the Royal Academy's exhibition preparation - moments usually hidden from view - and a biography of Manet and 19th century Paris.
The picture isn't of an ancient warrior but of a genteel looking woman dressed in the tight-fitting black riding habit of the nineteenth century in which Manet painted, matched by a black silk top hat.
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