Edouard Manet:
Painting "Boating", 1874


Edouard Manet:
Painting "Boating", 1874


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Limited, 199 exemplars | Reproduction on canvas | Museum framing | Format 77 x 59 cm


Edouard Manet: Painting "Boating", 1874

Original: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 
Painting reproduction on canvas, limited edition of 199 exemplars. With solid wood museum framing, as shown in the image. Format 77 x 59 cm.

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Manet (1832-1883) is one of the most important French painters of the second half of the 19th century. Although he was one of the forerunners of the impressionists, his style remained independent. He met frequently with the founders of impressionism, who considered him as a great role model. After 1871 he is stimulated by contact with Claude Monet to the plein-air painting. In the year that followed, his paintings was characterize lighter, much vibrant colours and lighter, more sketchy brushwork.

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