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Edouard Manet, Hardback Book

Edouard Manet Hardback

Part of the Arcturus Great Artists Series series

Hardback

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Eduard Manet was a French modernist painter and one of the first artists in the 19th century to paint modern life and everyday subjects, including the then scandalous Le dejeuner sur l'herbe and painting of bars and other everyday meeting places. His paintings marked the transition from realism to the looser, freer style that signalled the beginnings of modern art.

This lavishly illustrated full-colour hardback is a guide to Manet's life and work, showcasing his best paintings alongside fascinating biographic detail. It also explores his technique, the materials he used, and his contribution to the embracing of ordinary people and situations as appropriate subjects for art.

ABOUT THE SERIES: The Great Artists series by Arcturus Publishing introduces some of the most significant artists across history, looking at their lives, techniques and inspirations, as well as presenting a selection of their best work.

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