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Manet

[ ma-ney; French ma-ne ]

noun

  1. É·douard [ey-, dwar], 1832–83, French painter.


Manet

/ manɛ /

noun

  1. ManetÉdouard18321883MFrenchARTS AND CRAFTS: painter Édouard (edwar). 1832–83, French painter. His painting Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe (1863), which was condemned by the Parisian establishment, was acclaimed by the impressionists, whom he decisively influenced


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Moffett, who took the winning bid, handled a sale of Cohen's Manet at Sotheby's two years ago.

Hedge funder Steve Cohen, who has said he is moving toward more Post-War art, was unloading an Edouard Manet.

After her marriage to Eugène Manet she came under the influence of his famous brother, Édouard.

After the death of Édouard Manet, she devoted herself to building up an appreciation of his work in the public mind.

She wrote it, she put her name to it—“litera scripta manet.”

He was all impatience to know what was said in the Caf de Bade, the caf of Manet, and by the critics.

Manet, port vers le naturel et pris de recherches, s'irritait de ces poses d'un type fixe et toujours les mmes.

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manesManet, Edouard