Chapter Thirteen. The Working Class and the Bourgeoisie. The Conditions of Modern Life. The New Realism.
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By the beginning of the 1800s, Drury Lane was dominated by prostitution and gin houses
In trying to make the unimaginable real, Dickens’s aim was not simply to entertain but to advocate reformGustave Doré,Orange Court–Drury Lane, 1869
Rue Transnonain, April 15, 1834
Lithograph, 11½" 17-5/8", 1834
The Third-Class Carriage
Oil on canvas, 24¾" 35½", ca. 1862
Courbet explained this work as “a complete expression of human misery.”
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From Realism: The Artistic Form of Truth (length: 3:12). Item #35428
Manet used the same model for Olympia as in Le Déjeunersur l’herbe.