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Valley of the Loue
1835-36; Oil on paper
laid down on canvas

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The Hammock
1844; Oil on canvas
Oskar Reinhart Collection
Winterthur, Switzerland

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Young Ladies of Village
1851-52;Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York City

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The Wrestlers
1852-53; Oil on canvas
Museum, Budapest

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The Bathers1853
Oil on canvas;
Musee Fabre,
Montpellier, France

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Courbet 1854;
Oil on canvas;
Musee Fabre,
Montpellier, France

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The Chateau d'Ornans
c.1854-55; Oil on cnvas
Minneapolis Institute Art

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Souvenir of Les Cabanes
1854-57; Oil on canvas
Philadelphia Museum Art

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A Dog from Ornans
1856; Oil on canvas

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Woman with a Garland
1856; Oil on canvas

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The Young Ladies
on the Banks of
the Seine (Summer)
1856-57;Oil on canvas
Musee du Petit Palais

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The Quarry 1857
Oil on canvas
Museum of Fine
Arts, Boston

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The German Huntsman
1859; Oil on canvas
Musee des Beaux-Arts

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The Fox in the Snow
1860; Oil on canvas
Dallas Museum of
Art, Texas

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Battle of the Stags
1861; Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

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Bouquet of Flowers
in Vase 1862;
Oil on canvas;
J. Paul Getty Museum
Los Angeles

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Basket of Flowers
1863; Oil on canvas
Kunsthalle, Bremen

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Male and Female
Deer in the Woods
1864; Oil on canvas

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Woman in Podoscaphe
1865; Oil on canvas;
Murauchi Art Museum

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Three English Girls
at a Window
1865; Oil on canvas
Ny Carlsbert Glyptotek

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The Ornans Paper Mill
c.1865; Oil on canvas
Musee Courbet, Ornans

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Deer in the Snow
1865-67; Oil on canvas

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The Shelter of the Roe
Deer at the Stream of
Plaisir-Fontaine, Doubs
1866; Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

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Dear Taking Shelter
in Winter 1866;
Oil on canvas;
Musee des Beaux-Arts

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The Sleepers (Sleep)
1866; Oil on canvas;
Musee du Petit Palais

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Count de Choiseul's
Greyhounds 1866
Oil on canvas
Saint Louis Art
Museum, Missouri

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The Hallali of the Stag
1866-67; Oil on canvas
Musee des Beaux-Arts

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Deer in Snowy Landscape
1867; Oil on canvas

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The Rest During the
Harvest Season
Mountains of the Doubs
1867; Oil on canvas;
Musee du Petit Palais

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Poachers in the Snow
c.1867; Oil on canvas
Musee des B eaux-Arts
et d'Archeologie,
Besancon, France

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Remise de Cerfs
1868; Oil on canvas

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The Wave 1869
Oil on canvas
Nationalgalerie, Berlin

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The Trout 1872
Oil on canvas
Kunsthaus, Zurich

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Lake Leman 1874
Oil on canvas

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Sunset on Lac Leman
1874; Oil on canvas
Musee Jenisch, Vevey

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Hollyhocks in Copper Bowl
1872; Oil on canvas;

Gustave Courbet (1819-1877) was an influential and prolific French painter, who, with his compatriots Honore Daumier and Jean Francois Millet, founded the mid-19th-century art movement called realism. Courbet, a farmer's son, was born June 10, 1819, in Ornans. He went to Paris about 1840, ostensibly to study law; instead, he taught himself to paint by copying masterpieces in the Louvre, Paris. In 1850 he exhibited The Stone Breakers (1849, formerly Gem?ldegalerie, Dresden, destroyed 1945), a blunt, forthright depiction of laborers repairing a road. In it, Courbet deliberately flouted the precepts of the romantics¡ªchampions of emotionally charged exoticism¡ªand of the powerful academics¡ªguardians of the moralizing Beaux-Arts traditions. He further outraged them with his enormous Burial at Ornan? (1850, Mus¨¦e d'Orsay, Paris), in which a frieze of poorly clad peasants surrounds a yawning grave. Courbet compounded his defiance of convention in another huge painting, The Artist's Studio (1855, Mus¨¦e d'Orsay), which he subtitled A True Allegory Concerning Seven Years of My Artistic Life. In it, Courbet sits painting a landscape center stage, attended by a small boy, a dog, and a voluptuous female nude; at left a listless, bored group studiously ignores him; at right a lively, spirited crowd of his friends admires his work. At the same time he issued a provocative manifesto detailing his social realist credo of art and life. By this time he enjoyed widespread popularity.