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    Edouard Manets Bar at the Folies Bergere

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    Edouard Manets Bar at the Folies Bergere Edouard Manet’s Bar at the Folies Bergere was completed in 1882. This was to be the last major work Manet would complete before his death. The painting was intended for the Salon, and because of his recently awarded Legion of Honor, Manet could be sure this piece would be accepted. This painting would be considered from the impressionistic style. That Manet’s Bar is a masterpiece can hardly be argued, but the intent of the piece however is the source

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    To compare I have chosen a painting entitled A Bar at the Folies-Bergeres by Edouard Manet and Sir John Soane’s Museum, in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. A Bar at the Folies-Bergère shows a scene from Parisian life at the time: a young barmaid is positioned behind the bar of a crowded night-club. The club, its guests, the barmaid, the male customer, the chandeliers, alcohol bottles, flowers and oranges in the space are reflected in the mirror behind the counter. While relatively inconspicuous at a glance

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    visual aesthetics of the city, but also significantly changed the Parisian way of life (Jordan 1995; Lenger 2012). An examination of Édouard Manet’s Music in the Tuileries Gardens and A Bar at the Folies-Bergère,

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    In this task, I am writing an analysis about Un Bar aux Folies- Bergère by French painter Édouard Manet. I will record my initial reaction, thoughts, and feelings on the selected artwork. I will also discuss interesting aspects of the work and examine the historical context of the period in which the work was painted. To conclude, I will present the knowledge I have gained and how this assignment have altered my thought regarding the selected work. A. Initial Reaction A1. Initial thoughts and feelings

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    History of Jules Cheret and French Posters

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    At the beginning of the nineteenth century, political discomfort had spread over France, and posters became the dominant aspect of visual philosophy in Paris. (MiR appraisal Inc. (2011) Father of the modern poster: Jules Cheret) Posters were an expression of economic, social and cultural life, competing for entertainment audiences and goods consumers (Jeremy Howard (1996), Art Nouveau: The myth, the modern and the national, Manchester University press, The Art poster From Graphic art to design 1890

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    Why was Luncheon on the Grass a disturbing painting? To what degree was it a novel (new work) painting? To modern-day viewers, Luncheon on the Grass ("Dejeuner sur l'Herbe"), 1863 by Edouard Manet would not be considered a disturbing painting, but at the time Parisian’s Society found the painting very disturbing. Both because of the style of the painting, and it’s subject matter. The style of the painting is very different from what was acceptable by the Salon standards of the day. The

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    The labor movement led efforts to stop child labor, give health benefits and provide aid to workers who were injured or retired” (History.com staff 2009) The painting “A Bar at the Folies-Bergère” is detail oriented and depicts unpopular topics. Examples of the details are green shoes dangling, a lady using binoculars in the reflection of the mirror, and the colors on the lady’s cheeks. Manet’s uses oranges to represent prostitution, and

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    Manet

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    French writer Baudelaire who came up with the phrase 'modern life'. Instead I will be focusing more on Manet's last great masterpiece The Bar at the Folies-Bergere, a much better display of Paris life, as well as some of his other lesser known, smaller works. I will be discussing the relation of Manet's art, especially this painting of the Folies Bergere night club, to modern life in Paris at this time. During the 1860s under the reign of Napoleon III in France, the city of Paris became one of the

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    Disturb the Comfortable

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    The period of impressionism was the beginning of a revolutionary phase in art history. This form of art was born in France during the late 19th century (Pioch). The goal of impressionism was to capture the rapidly changing society along with the momentary moods of nature using optimal blending (Pioch). What made impressionism unique was its daring rejection of social rules and conventional methods of painting. Many artists such as Berthe Morisot, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, and Édouard Manet during

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    A Brief History of the Early Modern Era

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    In history, the Modern Era is a time that is identify because profound changes marked the development of many cities. In the early modern era, cities grew through general economic grow throughout all Europe. The agriculture production increased as well as the production of rural commodities, which were used for trading. A new phenomenon called global trading was starting to emerge. The different European manufactures were exported to different destinations, and since “Urban economy relies in trade

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