By Nathalia Brodskaia
“I paint what I see and never what it pleases others to see.” What different phrases than those of Edouard Manet, probably so varied from the feelings of Monet or Renoir, may top outline the flow of Impressionism? undoubtedly this singularity was once defined while, presently ahead of his demise, Claude Monet wrote: “I stay sorry to were the reason for the identify given to a bunch the vast majority of which failed to have something Impressionist.”
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5 cm. Ordrupgaard, Copenhagen. 50. Claude Monet, Camille (Woman with Green Dress), 1866. Oil on canvas, 231 x 151 cm. Kunsthalle, Bremen. 51. Claude Monet, Portrait of Madame Louis Joachim Gaudibert, 1868. 5 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. 62 17/11/2009 3:44 PM Page 62 council of Le Havre asking that his son be given a scholarship to study in Paris, but he was refused. With his father’s consent Claude went to Paris for two months in 1854, and later extended his stay. The city fascinated him, the Louvre was inexhaustible, and the exhibits by modern painters stimulated his thinking about the future of art.
P. 285). In reality, Manet did not have the same artistic goals as the Impressionists, and there was no Manet school. Yet Manet played a significant role in the birth of Impressionism and his contemporaries understood it. If the characteristic traits of Impressionism appeared in the work of Manet, it was specifically during a brief period after the war, the year of the first Impressionist exhibition. Manet spent the summer 1874 at his family property in Gennevilliers, near Paris. qxp 17/11/2009 3:35 PM Page 51 Argenteuil.
Douard Manet, Portrait of Théodore Duret, 1868. 5 cm. Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, Paris. 23. 1859. 6 cm. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. qxp 24. Édouard Manet, Monsieur and Madame Auguste Manet, 1860. Oil on canvas, 110 x 90 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. 25. 1862. 8 cm. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 32 17/11/2009 3:26 PM Page 32 absolutely nothing Spanish about the subject, the painting had the atmosphere of Spain, which the painter had never actually seen. Manet was criticised for the clash between the bullfight scene in the background and the figure of Victorine; his inability to establish proportions; and even for his drawing and painting skills.
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