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Art in France lecture 5: 2 November 2009 Manet Manet The absinthe drinker 1858-9 Ny Carlsberg Glypothek, Copenhagen rejected from the Salon of 1859 A.A. Disdéri, The vagabond from Types photographiques , 1853. Salon of 1861 The Spanish singerPortrait of his parents

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Art in Francelecture 5: 2 November 2009

Manet


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Manet

The absinthe drinker

1858-9

Ny Carlsberg Glypothek,

Copenhagen

rejected from the Salon of 1859


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A.A. Disdéri, The vagabond from Types photographiques, 1853.


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Salon of 1861

The Spanish singerPortrait of his parents

1860 Metropolitan Museum, 1860

New YorkMusée d’Orsay, Paris


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The old musician

1862

National Gallery of Art

Washington

Musique aux Tuileries

1862

National Gallery,

London


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detail showing the breadth of

Manet’s technique


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Le bain later renamed

Déjeuner sur l’herbe

both 1863

both Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Olympia


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Moniteur officiel, 24 April 1863, announcement of the salon des refusés

Numerous complaints have reached the Emperor on the subject of works

of art which have been refused by the jury of the exhibition. His Majesty,

wishing to let the public judge the legitimacy of these complaints, has

decided that the rejected works of art are to be exhibited in another part of

the Palais de l’Industrie. The exhibition will be voluntary, and artists who

may not wish to participate need only inform the administration, which

will hasten to return their works to them. This exhibition will open on

15 May. Artists have until 7 May to withdraw their works. After this date

their pictures will be considered not withdrawn and will be placed in the

galleries.


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works rejected from the Salon of 1863and shown instead in the Salon des refusésYoung man in the costume of a majo1862 Metropolitan Museum, New York Mlle. V. in the costume of an espada1862 Metropolitan Museum, New York Little cavaliers, after Velázquez etching 1861-2 Boston, Museum of Fine Arts


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Episode at a bullfight 1864

National Gallery of Art, Washington

a fragment of a larger canvas,

Incident in the bullring

Salon of 1864

Dead Christ with angels 1864

Metropolitan Museum, New York


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Salon of 1865

Mocking of Christ 1865

Art Institute of Chicago

Olympia 1863

Musée d’Orsay, Paris


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Salon of 1866

The fifer 1866The tragic actor (Philibert Rouviere) 1865

Musée d’Orsay National Gallery of Art, Washington


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View of the exposition universelle of 1867

1867 National Gallery, Oslo


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Salon of 1868

Portrait of Emile Zola

1867-8

Musée d’Orsay, Paris


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Utagawa Kuniaki II, The wrestler Onaratu Nadaemon, woodcut

Velázquez, Los borrachos (The topers) 1629 Prado, Madrid


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