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Mo·ri·sot

 (mô-rē-zō′), Berthe 1841-1895.
French impressionist painter noted for her canvases featuring domestic scenes.

Morisot

(French morizo)
n
(Biography) Berthe (bɛrtə). 1841–95, French impressionist painter; noted for her studies of women and children

Mo•ri•sot

(mɔ riˈzoʊ)

n.
Berthe (be r t), 1841–95, French painter.
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You must see the Japanese--come as soon as you can," she wrote in a note to friend and French artist, Berthe Morisot.
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The highlight of the museum's bicentennial programme for 2015, the Monet and the Birth of Impressionism exhibition, will also feature works by Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro and Alfred Sisley.
Extraordinary female artists profiled include Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith Leyster, Angelica Kauffmann, Elisabeth Vigee-Leburn, Berthe Morisot, Georgia O'Keeffe, and many more.
Like Lady Elizabeth Butler, whose haunting war paintings captured the pathos of the battlefield, and French impressionist Berthe Morisot, whose shimmering paintings of French home life are only now starting to get the recognition they deserve.
They include Lady Elizabeth Butler, whose haunting war paintings captured the pathos of the battlefield, and French impressionist Berthe Morisot, whose shimmering paintings of French home life are only now starting to get the recognition they deserve.
In the conclusion to her series, Professor Amanda Vickery celebrates six trailblazing women of the last two centuries like Lady Elizabeth Butler whose haunting war paintings captured the pathos of the battlefield to startling effect and French impressionist Berthe Morisot whose shimmering paintings of French home-life are only now starting to get the recognition they deserve.
Inspired by the American abstract painter Richard Diebenkorn and the Impressionists, in particular Berthe Morisot, his mixed multi-media paintings not only combine stitching but recycled materials, including sand and paint chips from the crumbling walls at Y Dolydd.
Official society painters such as James Tissot, whose tidy brushstrokes and somewhat merciless style the exhibition invited us to rediscover, studied fashion and the self-presentation of its (mostly female) devotees with a close eye for detail, but so did the champions of nouvelle peinture--Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Edouard Manet, and especially Berthe Morisot, who had remarkable paintings in the show.
th] century impressionist artists, including Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro, and Alfred Sisley - the first time these works from the private collection of Frederic C.