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Ref No. Manet 1
The Absinthe Drinker
1858-59Oil on canvas
Ny Carlsberg-Glyptotek
Copenhagen, Denmark

Ref No. Manet 2
Portrait of M. and Mme
Auguste Manet. 1860
Oil on canvas.
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Manet 3
Surprised Nymph.
(Nymphe surprise)
1861. Oil on canvas
Museo Nacional de
Bellas Artes,Buenos
Aires, Argentina

Ref No. Manet 4
The Street Singer
1862. Oil on canvas
Museum of Fine
Arts, Boston, USA.

Ref No. Manet 5
Lola de Valence.
1862. Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 6
The Picnic ("Le
Dejeuner sur l'Herbe"
1862-63.Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Manet 7
Olympia. 1863.
Oil on canvas.
Musee d'Orsay,

Ref No. Manet 8
Peonies in a Vase
1864. Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 9
Still Life: Fruit on
a Table. 1864.
Oil on canvas.
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 10
Bull-Fighting Scene
1865-66Oil on canvas

Ref No. Manet 11
A King Charles Spaniel
1866. Oil on canvas.
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC, USA.

Ref No. Manet 12
The Fifer. 1866.
Oil on canvas.
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 13
The Universal Exhibition
1867. Oil on canvas.
Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo

Ref No. Manet 14
Soldier (fragment of
"Execution of Maximilian"
1867-68. Oil on canvas
National Gallery, London

Ref No. Manet 15
The Balcony. 1868
Oil on canvas.
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 16
Mme. Manet at
the Piano. 1868.
Oil on canvas.
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 17
Luncheon in the Studio
1868. Oil on canvas
Neue Pinakothek,
Munich, Germany

Ref No. Manet 18
Beach at
Boulogne-sur-Mer
1869. Oil on canvas
Upperville, Virginia

Ref No. Manet 19
Repose (Berthe Morisot)
1869-70. Oil on canvas
Rhode Island School
of Design, Museum of
Art, Providence,
Rhode Island, USA

Ref No. Manet 20
La Brioche. 1870.
Oil on canvas.
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York, USA

Ref No. Manet 21
Woman with Fans
(Nina de Callias)
1873.Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 22
At the Beach.1873
Oil on canvas.
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 23
The Monet Family
in the Garden.1874
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York, USA

Ref No. Manet 24
Claude Monet Painting
on His Studio Boat.
1874.Oil on canvas
Neue Pinakothek,
Munich, Germany

Ref No. Manet 25
Boating. 1874.
Oil on canvas.
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York, USA

Ref No. Manet 26
The Grand Canal,
Venice. 1874.
Oil on canvas.
Property of the
Provident Securities
Company, San
Francisco, CA, USA

Ref No. Manet 27
The Banks of the
Seine at Argenteuil
1874. Oil on canvas

Ref No. Manet 28
Nana. 1877.
Oil on canvas
Hamburger Kunshalle
Hamburg, Germany

Ref No. Manet 29
The Road-Menders
Rue de Berne.
1878. Oil on canvas.

Ref No. Manet 30
Blonde with Bare Breasts
1878. Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Manet 31
Singer at a Cafe-Concert
1878-79. Oil on canvas
Rouart collection, Paris

Ref No. Manet 32
The Conservatory
1878-79.Oil on canvas
Gemaldegalerie,Berlin

Ref No. Manet 33
At Pere Lathuille's.
1879. Oil on canvas
Musee des Beaux-Arts
de Tournai, Tournai,
Belgium

Ref No. Manet 34
Portrait of Mlle Isabelle
Lemonnier. c. 1879-80
Oil on canvas.
Collection of Otto Krebs
Holzdorf.Now in the
Hermitage,St.Petersburg

Ref No. Manet 35
The Waitress.
1879. Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Manet 36
Portrait of a Lady
1879. Oil on panel
National Gallery of
Art,Washington,USA.

Ref No. Manet 37
Girl in the Garden
at Bellevue. 1880
Oil on canvas.
Foundation E.G.
Buhrle collection
Zurich, Switzerland

Ref No. Manet 38
The Viennese:
Portrait of Irma Brunner
in a Black Hat. 1880.
Pastel on paper.
Louvre, Paris, France

Ref No. Manet 39
Interior of a Cafe
1880. Oil on canvas
Glasgow Museums
and Art Galleries,
Glasgow, UK.

Ref No. Manet 40
Clematis in a Crystal
Vase. c.1881.
Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Manet 41
A Bar at the
Folies-Bergere. 1882
Oil on canvas
Courtauld Institute
Galleries, London, UK

Ref No. Manet 42
Villa at Rueil.
1882. Oil on canvas
National Gallery of
Victoria, Melbourne
Australia

Ref No. Manet 43
Roses and Tulips in
a Vase. c.1882.
Oil on canvas.
Foundation E.G.
Buhrle collection
Zurich, Switzerland

Ref No. Manet 44
Flowers in a Crystal vase
1882. Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC, USA.

Ref No. Manet45
Madame Michel-Levy
1882. Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC, USA.

Ref No. Manet 46
Lilac in a Glass
1882.Oil on canvas
Nationalgalerie,
Berlin, Germany

Ref No. Manet 47
House at Rueil.
1882. Oil on canvas
Nationalgalerie,
Berlin, Germany

Edouard Manet (1832-1883),France impressionism painter, was born in Paris on January 23, 1832, the son of a high government official. To avoid studying law, as his father wished, he went to sea. He then studied in Paris under the academic French painter Thomas Couture and visited Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands to study the paintings of the old masters. The Dutch painter Frans Hals and the Spanish artists Diego Vel¨¢zquez, and Francisco Jose de Goya were the principal influences on his art. Manet began to paint genre (everyday) subjects, such as old beggars, street urchins, caf¨¦ characters, and Spanish bullfight scenes. He adopted a direct, bold brush technique in his treatment of realistic subject matter. In 1863 his famous Le d¨¦jeuner sur l'herbe (Mus¨¦e d'Orsay, Paris) was shown at the Salon des Refus¨¦s, a new exhibition place opened by Napoleon III following the protests of artists rejected at the official Salon. Manet's canvas, portraying a woodland picnic that included a seated female nude attended by two fully dressed young men, attracted immediate and wide attention, but was bitterly attacked by the critics. Hailed by young painters as their leader, Manet became the central figure in the dispute between the academic and rebellious art factions of his time. In 1864 the official Salon accepted two of his paintings, and in 1865 he exhibited his Olympia (1863, Mus¨¦e d'Orsay), a nude based on a Venus by Titian, which aroused storms of protest in academic circles because of its unorthodox realism.