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The Luncheon on the Grass by Edoyard Manet- Famous Art - Handmade Oil Painting on Canvas


This work of Edouard Manet created a controversy in 1863 when it was exhibited at the Salon de Refuses because of the contrast of men and women, and the used of familiar models, it was said that the nude woman was a combination of his wife Suzanne Leenhoff and his model Victorine Meurent, he also used his brother & brother in law to portray the men in his painting and because of the rampant prostitution in Paris at that time he illustrated it in his work of a nude female with men fully clothed to describe the situation of his community that women became commodities of men in collar.

Size: 104 cm (h) x 132 cm(w)
41 in (h) x 51 in (w)

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Material: Oil Paint on Canvas

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