The Railroad (Manet)
the Railroad is a table carried out by the painter Edouard Manet at the beginning of the Années 1870. It is about the last portrait of the model fetish of the artist, Victorine Meurent, undoubtedly carried out in homage to their long artistic relation and in love. The fabric depicts a perfectly sizeable lady holding company with a little girl, owe the Gare Saint-Lazare.
This work, marked by the symbol of the grid in Iron, seems to draw a feature on the past with a certain bitterness, and the Chat inquisitor of Olympia leaves room to small a Chien wisely deadened. Manet, as of this time, started to suffer from a precarious Santé.
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