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1832−1883
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Edouard Manet. Dancer Mariano Camprubi
Dancer Mariano Camprubi
Edouard Manet
1862-1862, 47×33 cm
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The myth of the impoverished and unrecognized artist whose works become popular only after their creator's death, is one of the most unfounded, yet firmly rooted in the minds of art lovers. Attempts to get a good deal are still considered a low and disgraceful thing. Arthive is about to prove that famous artists not only sought to sell their works at a high price, but also often achieved great…

Michail Schnittmann
Michail Schnittmann
, April 29 11:39 PM 1
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Thank! Very competent article. The story with Veaskiz was read for the first time last year in the National Gallery of Art of Washington under the portrait of Pope Innocent.
This text was originally published in Russian and automatically translated to English.
Michail Schnittmann
Michail Schnittmann
, April 29 11:43 PM 0
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Sorry, mistake: Velazquez of course. It is difficult to imagine - Velazquez, who at 50 years old is not seen at point blank range in Rome. What can we say about us sinners?
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Tatyana Samoylovich
, July 24 04:45 AM 0
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У Вас ошибки в тексте
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This is the story of a real, long, passionate love affair, which took place at the end of the 19th century not in Paris, but in the mind and hearts of two brilliant artists.  Édouard Manet and  Berthe Morisot could not be together, since they were bound by obligations, moral principles and personal beliefs. And in the end, they created their own artistic dimension, in which they found freedom…
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