Grand Canal. Venice by Edouard Manet

This canvas, which was included in the retrospective exhibition of E. Manet at the School of Fine Arts in 1884, was seen by his contemporary critic Joseph Peladon, who wrote:

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Portrait of Theodore Dure by Edouard Manet

“… Many who had previously hesitated now join. For example, Theodore Dure, who admits that he was unfair to the painter in his brochure published last year. Unexpectedly, Manet suggests

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By the Sea by Edouard Manet

The choice of images and objects for scenes taken from modern life was a kind of “lie detector” for the impressionists. But Manet approached this issue even more thoroughly, which

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Olympia by Edouard Manet

The canvas is associated with the beginning of the birth of impressionism. It was first presented to the public in the Paris Salon in 1865 and caused a major scandal.

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Traveling by Edouard Manet

In the summer of 1874, Edouard Manet, being on the banks of the Seine in a small resort town near Paris, spent a lot of time on the water, which

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Slivovitz (Plum Brandy) by Edouard Manet

It is believed that “Slivovitsa” or “Plum brandy” is the answer of Edward Mane to the picture “Absinthe,” written by his friend Edgar Degas, also an impressionist, but with individual

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Over a beer by Edouard Manet

The painting “Mug of beer” was written at the end of 1872 at the beginning of 1873. The work was accepted by the contemporary art salon warmly enough, received many

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Street singer by Edouard Manet

The picture shows Quiz-Louise Meran, who for many years was a model of Manet. This canvas is far beyond the ocean at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The

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Nana by Edouard Manet

By today’s standards, the rebel from Mane did not know what – modern tabloids still do not show us every day, however, at the end of the 19th century, the

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Cafe interior by Edouard Manet

Many canvases by French artists of the second half of the 19th century, including Edouard Manet, depict various scenes and scenes taking place in a cafe. Indeed, at that time

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Breakfast in the workshop by Edouard Manet

One of the peculiarities of Manet’s creativity is complete freedom in determining the genre – the refined and strict rules of the academic school seemed to him boring. That is

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