Gustave Courbet

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Noun1.Gustave Courbet - French painter noted for his realistic depiction of everyday scenes (1819-1877)Gustave Courbet - French painter noted for his realistic depiction of everyday scenes (1819-1877)
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Luna probably knew El Greco's El Entierro del Conde de Orgazand certainly the celebrated work by Gustave Courbet, A Burial at Ornans.
In their chapter 'France, Britain and the Sacramental Image,' for example, Anderson and Dyrness cite scholarship demonstrating that the brutally 'factual' Gustave Courbet was influenced by the leftist religious vision of Claude Saint-Simon's 1825 book, The New Christianity.
Gustave Courbet, nacio un diez de junio de mil novecientos diecinueve, dentro de dos anos se festejara en Francia los doscientos anos de su nacimiento.
Another revival of interest in the human body and movement took place in the 19 th century, in the works of Realist painters such as Gustave Courbet (1819-77) and later the Impressionists.
The title of the work refers to the emblematic painting by Gustave Courbet 'L'Origine du Monde', 1866, and invites the viewer to perceive the work as a monumental symbol of a woman's sex.
The image in question is the 19th century painting "The Origin of the World" by Gustave Courbet, which depicts a vagina.
This impression parallels to the 19th century French Realism painters like Jean Gustave Courbet, who insisted on not depicting the ideal but the reality of his time.
French Realist painter, Gustave Courbet (1819-1877), was the art star of his day.
Whistler's early oils, etchings, drawings, and watercolours capture the transformation of the river in the manner of his friend Gustave Courbet, while his later oil, water colour paintings, and lithotints provide a glimpse of the new social life after his friend Claude Monet.
The author relies on archival sources, and contemporaneous accounts from individuals on both sides of the struggle, including Archbishop Georges Darboy, feminist revolutionary Louise Michel, Painter Gustave Courbet, Communard Raoul Rigault, and Albert Hans.
at3ta Among the haul was work by Spain's Esteban Murillo, France's Adolphe Piot and pre-Impressionist Gustave Courbet.