Olympia: Paris in the age of Manet
An evocation of the people and events that made Paris during the Second Empire extraordinary discusses the furor over Manet's Olympia, Empress Eugenie's disastrous influence on Napoleon, Manet's portraits of Berthe Morisot, and more. National ad/promo.
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Review: Olympia: Paris in the Age of ManetUser Review - Goodreads
fascinating subject. Written in a confusing way. a little too much of the author present to make it straight history but a little too dry to read like a work of historical fiction. He seemed to spin ...
Review: Olympia: Paris in the Age of ManetUser Review - Mikey B. - Goodreads
Dejeuner Sur L'herbe in the Musee d'Orsay From page 245 (my book) They were remarkably different people, these young Impressionists – Monet the passionate visionary, Renoir the carefree hedonist ... Read full review