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Édouard Manet

Claire Campbell, 1882

Pastel
21 4/5 × 18 1/10 in
55.3 × 45.9 cm
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Cleveland
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Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland
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During the late 1870s, Manet turned increasingly to pastel when ill health prevented him from …

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During the late 1870s, Manet turned increasingly to pastel when ill health prevented him from painting in oil. A confident draftsman, he composed pastels without any reliance on underdrawing; each stroke provided both line and color. The palette here is limited to his favorite colors: blue, white, gray, and black. He …

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Édouard Manet
French, 1832–1883
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Although ridiculed in his day for inadequate linear perspective, lack of spirituality, and …

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Although ridiculed in his day for inadequate linear perspective, lack of spirituality, and controversial subject matter, Édouard Manet is considered by many art historians to be the father of Modernism. Technically his paintings are remarkable for their loose brushstrokes, nuanced color, unusual cropping, and sense of …

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Cleveland
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During the late 1870s, Manet turned increasingly to pastel when ill health prevented him from …

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During the late 1870s, Manet turned increasingly to pastel when ill health prevented him from painting in oil. A confident draftsman, he composed pastels without any reliance on underdrawing; each stroke provided both line and color. The palette here is limited to his favorite colors: blue, white, gray, and black. He …

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Image rights
https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
Édouard Manet
French, 1832–1883
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Although ridiculed in his day for inadequate linear perspective, lack of spirituality, and …

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Although ridiculed in his day for inadequate linear perspective, lack of spirituality, and controversial subject matter, Édouard Manet is considered by many art historians to be the father of Modernism. Technically his paintings are remarkable for their loose brushstrokes, nuanced color, unusual cropping, and sense of …

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Édouard Manet

Claire Campbell, 1882

Pastel
21 4/5 × 18 1/10 in
55.3 × 45.9 cm
Permanent collection
location
Cleveland
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