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Internally focused

I said I was internally focused, and explained that. “How wonderful!” said Bella, which surprised me, as I had seen it as a handicap. Yet- 473 more words

Being Human

Berthe Morisot:”First Woman Impressionist”

Berthe Morisot broke with the boundries of convention: the first woman to exhibit with a group of six men in 1874 whose works both shocked and seduced the public; they would be come to be called “impressionists”. 57 more words

Lectures

Musée Marmottan

The Musée Marmottan is one of our favourite galleries in Paris and it’s always one of the places we try to visit when we’re in the city. 601 more words

Art

Impressionism - Berthe Morisot

If you’ve been following my modern art blogs, you’ll notice that this the first time I’ve included a woman artist. It’s from about this time that it’s a little easier to find records of female painters – and for the rest of this blog series (and in my… 523 more words

Art Appreciation

#ShoutOut to teawithmuffins

The Cheval-Glass, Berthe Morisot, 1876, oil on canvas, 65 x 54 cm, Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Madrid #art #painting #impressionism #Impressionist #Morisot #BertheMorisot #France #Frenchart #mirror #beauty #secret #intimacy #drapery #lush #color #vivid #instaart #instagood #artoftheday #arthistory

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ImEx: Impressionism / Expressionism

In 1882 Carl Bernstein, a wealthy lawyer from Berlin, and his wife Felicie travelled to Paris. On the advice of Charles Ephrussi, a cousin of Carl’s and one of the the first European buyers of netsuke (and a hero of “The Hare with Amber Eyes”), they bought a selection of modern French paintings. 627 more words

A Family Affair: Timelining Morisot & Manet

I grew up around Berthe Morisot and Édouard Manet’s works–the Art Institute of Chicago has a lovely collection, and almost as long as I can remember I’ve loved Morisot’s  829 more words