Edouard Manet began to study painting in 1850, when Paris' familiar, broad, tree-lined streets did not yet exist, and young artists could expect to succeed only through the official Academy exhibitions known as Salons, whose conservative juries favored biblical and mythological themes and a polished technique. In contrast, Manet created his painting Oysters, one of his earliest still lifes, and it was reportedly painted for his fiancée and remained with them in their home.
Made in the United States. Museum quality and curator approved fine art reproduction printed on 225 GSM United States-made Fibermark Enduro Matte Paper. Framed in handmade, hand-stained, 2-inch deep black Ash wood frame. Includes easy-to-use hanging kit.
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