By Franz Simandl
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5 x 36 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. qxp 38. Édouard Manet, Reading, between 1848 and 1883. 5 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. ” And although Manet refused to exhibit with them, contemporaries associated his name with Impressionism. ” (A. Tabarant, op. , p. 285). In reality, Manet did not have the same artistic goals as the Impressionists, and there was no Manet school. Yet Manet played a significant role in the birth of Impressionism and his contemporaries understood it. If the characteristic traits of Impressionism appeared in the work of Manet, it was specifically during a brief period after the war, the year of the first Impressionist exhibition.
Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, Paris. 23. 1859. 6 cm. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. qxp 24. Édouard Manet, Monsieur and Madame Auguste Manet, 1860. Oil on canvas, 110 x 90 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. 25. 1862. 8 cm. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 32 17/11/2009 3:26 PM Page 32 absolutely nothing Spanish about the subject, the painting had the atmosphere of Spain, which the painter had never actually seen. Manet was criticised for the clash between the bullfight scene in the background and the figure of Victorine; his inability to establish proportions; and even for his drawing and painting skills.
One not immediately obvious detail completes the impression of warm intimacy: the black cat at the servant’s feet, against the background of her grey dress. Manet had painted animals before, for example, the little dog playing with a ball at Berthe Morisot’s feet in The Balcony, which was reminiscent of the small dogs in Goya’s portraits. But the black cat was to become Manet’s trademark, appearing for the first time in Olympia, where its well-observed attitude was already attracting attention.
30 Etudes for the String Bass by Franz Simandl