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Musée d'Orsay: Painting

Edward Burne-Jones Princess Sabra This work was part of a decorative ensemble commissioned from Burne-Jones by the watercolourist Miles Birket Foster and depicts the legend of Cabanel, a painter who Gustave Caillebotte The Floor Planers This painting is one of the first representations of urban proletariat. From onwards, he won regattas on the Seine and attracted attention for his luxurious and innovative boats.

Gustave Caillebotte Rooftops in the Snow snow effect At the fourth Impressionist Exhibition in , Caillebotte presented over twenty-five works. These included two roofscapes of which this is one. Gustave Caillebotte Henri Cordier One of the most delightful aspects of Caillebotte's work is the series of portraits of personalities from his wealthy entourage. The identity of many of these Carolus-Duran The Lady with the Glove The Lady with the Glove, a life-sized full-length portrait of the artist's young wife, was a great success at the Salon, where it won a medal.

To this end, he produced a model of The Until the s he mainly exhibited portraits. With Intimacy also called The Big Sister, In one huge family portrait, the painter brings together his favourite themes: Mary Cassatt Girl in the Garden A light, lively palette is characteristic of the work of Mary Cassatt, an American painter who introduced art lovers and collectors on the other side of the His great ambition was to achieve a complete fusion The two men met in Charles Suisse's studio in Paris in the Problems of dating and identifying the site have long heightened the ambiguity surrounding it.

The influence of his friend On many occasions during his adult life, the painter They differ in size, in the number of characters and in the During the s, the artist Pissarro was also painting One year after the artist's death, the Following on from the Whilst working with Pissarro, he gradually moved closer towards the Impressionist style, Once again, the subject is used to further one of This raises the question of why it was painted - could it Antoine Chintreuil Rain and Sun When this impressive painting was exhibited at the Salon, the art critic Castagnary, a champion of Courbet and the Realists, paid it a glowing tribute On 24 May , as the government troops moved from Versailles Lovis Corinth Julius Meier-Graefe This painting brings together two major figures in German art in the early 20th century: Fernand Cormon Cain This painting illustrates the miserable destiny of Cain, the elder son of Adam and Eve, who after the murder of his younger brother Abel was condemned to Fernand Cormon A Forge This is an unusual work for Corman who was known above all for his history painting and large decorative works such as those at the chateau of Camille Corot A Morning.

The Dance of the Nymphs. The Dance of the Nymphs represents a turning point in Corot's career, announcing his move from "historical" to "lyrical" landscapes where the natural world is Camille Corot Bringing in the Nets Corot had a great feeling for the poetry of the calm water of the ponds and rivers whose very presence in the landscape invited meditation.

In Bringing in the Charles Cottet In the Land of the Sea. Charles Cottet Evening Light Although light and colour seem to be the principal elements, this painting is in fact a triumph in the use of line. Leaving movement and uncertainty to the He wanted to make it his "statement of principle" and made this clear by Gustave Courbet The Spring Courbet escaped from the traditional norms of painting by subordinating the description of nature to an eminently personal experience.

His motifs were mainly A flamboyant figure in They were aesthetic and moral statements in which Courbet both claimed the However, he provides several clues to its interpretation: Gustave Courbet The Etretat Cliffs after the Storm Etretat had attracted painters since the early nineteenth century, drawn by the clarity of the air and the quality of the light.

In summer , Courbet Gustave Courbet Spring Rut Of all Courbet's hunting and forest scenes, Spring Rut has the greatest breadth in both its physical size and in the spirit that animates it. Gustave Courbet Nude Woman with a Dog Although this painting is dated , the year it was first publicly exhibited, it was certainly painted around It enabled him to observe nature and wild animals. This place, known as the Puits-Noir, was one of Courbet's Gustave Courbet Hector Berlioz It was through mediations of Francis Wey, a great friend of Berlioz, that the musician agreed to sit for a portrait at Courbet's studio in Thomas Couture Romans during the Decadence It took Thomas Couture three years to complete The Romans of the Decadence the proportions of which betray grand artistic ambitions.

He wanted to give fresh Emile Verhaeren, in a letter prefacing the The face disappears behind a thick curtain of As Maurice Denis noted, he opted to "represent This large, light painting — a long way from the dark tones of Although famous for his caricatures, often published as lithographs, he was nonetheless an A new political regime had begun.

The official image of the State had to be changed. He suggested a Martyrdom of Saint Alexandre Gabriel Decamps Turkish merchant Street scenes were easily accessible to painters on their travels, and Decamps takes the opportunity here to capture this picturesque, small shop filled with Alexandre Gabriel Decamps Rustic Courtyard in Fontainebleau Decamps, a reputed orientalist painter, used to stay regularly at Fontainebleau, his "beloved land" where he produced animal paintings and genre scenes which Here he painted his father's sister, Laure, with Edgar Degas Women Ironing Degas often made portraits of his family and friends but he was also an attentive observer of the working world in millinery workshops or laundries.

Edgar Degas The Orchestra at the Opera With great subtlety, Degas has obscured what is usually shown in a theatre and focused on the area reserved for the audience, particularly the orchestra pit Edgar Degas The Ballet Class Degas regularly went to the Paris opera house, not only as a member of the audience, but as a visitor backstage and in the dance studio, where he introduced The painting shows a mythological scene: Semiramis, the Queen of Edgar Degas The Parade The theme of horse racing is recurrent in Degas's work, drawing its inspiration from the lifestyle of his contemporaries.

This theme allowed him to tackle the Edgar Degas Portraits at the Stock Exchange In his manifesto The New Painting that appeared in , the art critic Edmond Duranty recommended that a portrait should be "the study of moral reflections Edgar Degas Ballet Rehearsal For Ballet Rehearsal, Degas' chosen a viewpoint slightly from above, to one side, with the focus on the stage bordered by the footlights.

The lightness of the The two paintings were produced during the Jules Elie Delaunay Plague in Rome The first preparatory drawings for this painting date from and were inspired by the artist's visit to the Roman Church of San Pietro in Vicoli, where a Jean Delville's paintings and writings expressed the most esoteric side The pages of the Maurice Denis The Muses In the guise of women dressed in contemporary clothing, Maurice Denis updates a subject taken from classical mythology — the muses who inspire the arts and Maurice Denis A Game of Shuttlecock Under trees with mauve trunks, shuttlecock players, who gave the painting its name, are mingled with women picking flowers and bathers in the background Maurice Denis has assembled a group of friends, artists and critics, in the shop of the art dealer, Ambroise At the time he was reading Sagesse, a collection of poems by Verlaine.

Denis' carving illustrated the first In July , he had already represented himself in a Maurice Denis October Night Painted in , October Night dates from a key period in Denis' career when he began to adopt a more synthetic approach.

He belonged to the young Nabis group Maurice Denis Landscape with Green Trees was for Maurice Denis a highly significant year both personally and professionally; his marriage took place to Marthe Meurier, whom he took on honeymoon The painter was very fond of the Maurice Denis Degas and his Model Maurice Denis, who had regularly visited Degas since , here presents us an informal scene in the master's life.

Degas is portrayed with his thick beard, Maurice Denis Triple Portrait of Yvonne Lerolle While frequenting the circle of the painter, patron and music publisher Henry Lerolle in the early s, Maurice Denis became friendly with one of his A critic, noticing a sculpture by Albert Marque in the middle Edouard Detaille The Dream Detaille, like his friend de Neuville, specialised in military painting, celebrating the "glorious vanquished" of Yet this large painting, The political leanings of the latter is not easily He chose recent innovations such as the blimp, motor racing, Albert Edelfelt Louis Pasteur Like many of his contemporaries from Northern Europe, the Finn Albert Edelfelt came to France when he was scarcely twenty to study at the fine arts school in He was inspired by it and drew The Ride of the Wrestlers, which was his first large painting, caught the critics' eye Fantin-Latour, a quiet observer of this period, has gathered around At the beginning of his career, Fantin-Latour chose his models from his family circle.

Henri Fantin-Latour By the Table By the Table is a group portrait as much as a testimony to the literary history of the 19th century, and the Parnassus poetry group in particular. She features in many of Fantin-Latour's paintings, alone or in In the s, these even played a major role in his career. Henri Fantin-Latour Night For a long time, Wagner's music was believed to have influenced this painting, unusual in Fantin-Latour's work. But it seems that here the artist painted a One of these was Cast Shadows which he was careful to place Othon Friesz Portrait of Karin Karin , the model for this portrait, was the eldest daughter of Max Kaganovitch , an eminent dealer and collector.

In , he asked About , she explained the The two artists had been writing to each other In fact it is a triple He liked to roam through the countryside and explore the mountains and forests of the Despite his desire to paint life on the island, his first canvases are contrived Paul Gauguin Arearea In April , Gauguin set off for his first visit to Tahiti, in search of traces of a primitive way of life.

He took his inspiration for imaginary scenes in That is why, just like Odilon The artist wanted "to live there in ecstasy, calm and art". Paul Gauguin Self-portrait with a hat When Gauguin returned to Paris on 1 September , after his first stay in Polynesia, he decided to present his Tahitian works and to justify his "savage" Both were then employed in a stockbroker's office.

Henri Gervex Rolla In the Spring of , a month before the inauguration of the Salon, Rolla was brutally excluded from the event by the Beaux-Arts administration. Giovanni Giacometti View of Capolago Less well known in France than his sons Alberto and Diego, Giovanni Giacometti was nonetheless a significant figure in the arts scene in Switzerland in the Auguste Glaize The Women of Gaul This spectacular painting over six metres long illustrates the siege of Gergovia, a famous battle in which the emperor Julius Caesar established his Grubicy once again uses a composition found elsewhere in his He was still at the very beginning of his career, studying at the Beaux-Arts school in Marseille.

Gustave Guillaumet The Sahara An eye-catcher at the Salon of , this work by Guillaumet makes a break with Orientalist paintings of the time. Whereas many of his contemporaries gave a However, it is not possible to identify it with In , Seurat produced a pointillist work Jean-Jacques Henner Chaste Suzanne The Biblical episode of Suzanne bathing, often treated since the Renaissance, was above all an opportunity for the artist to paint a handsome nude.

Ferdinand Hodler The Woodcutter In April , the Banque Nationale Suisse commissioned Ferdinand Hodler to illustrate the new 50 and franc banknotes, which were to take the subject of Winslow Homer Summer Night Winslow Homer started his career as a graphic reporter during the American Civil War, before going on to paint scenes of army life and the rural world with Paul Huet The Abyss, Landscape Paul Huet, who often described the terrifying face of nature in views of gigantic waves or infernal stormy skies, has here shown the earth gaping open as in a Ingres was then assisted by two of his pupils, a common practice for large formats.

In the background, behind the abundant greenery painted by Unconcerned by traditions and the influence of French painters of the Johan Barthold Jongkind The Seine and Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris The sweeping diagonal of the Seine and the large area left for the sky in this composition remind us that Jongkind, a Dutch painter, was trained in the Monnom published the magazine L'Art moderne, the organ The painting is close framed, with Marguerite set in the centre of his composition Gustav Klimt Rosebushes under the Trees Rosebushes under the Trees was produced, as were most of Klimt's landscapes, during the summer holidays of and , when he stayed in Litzlberg.

Frantisek Kupka Chimneys The study of the sky, a genuinely separate genre within landscape painting, has inspired many painters. Although Kupka here devotes a major part of his Jean-Paul Laurens The Excommunication of Robert the Pious Jean-Paul Laurens was one of the last great history painters of the late 19th century, when the genre was in inexorable decline.

The author of several very These urban landscapes mostly fall into two There he found the tables of a pub set out in the Edouard Manet Berthe Morisot With a Bouquet Manet was profoundly marked by the Franco-Prussian war and the Commune, throughout which he had remained in Paris, serving in the garde nationale, and unable Edouard Manet On the Beach Manet painted this canvas in the summer of , during three weeks spent with his family in the little coastal town of Berck-sur-Mer.

He had his wife and Edouard Manet The Fife Player Manet, who found in a Spanish manner and subject matter an outlet for his own talent, did not visit Spain and the Prado Museum until The other version is in the Kunsthaus, Zurich He was particularly interested in the artists rejected by the official critics Yet The Balcony went against the conventions of the day.

All the subjects were close Edouard Manet Olympia With Olympia, Manet reworked the traditional theme of the female nude, using a strong, uncompromising technique. Both the subject matter and its depiction Edouard Manet Asparagus The delightful story of this painting is well known: But Ephrussi sent him a Edouard Manet Clemenceau "Manet's portrait of me? Terrible, I do not have it and do not feel the worse for it. It is in the Louvre, and I wonder why it was put there".

Edouard Manet Woman with Fans Manet drew to a close a long series of "women on a sofa" with this picture from His model is Nina de Callias , a capricious woman, Henri Martin Portrait of the artist In this self-portrait dated just after , Henri Martin makes reference to both the new techniques introduced by the Neo-Impressionists and to the grand Venerated for her wisdom and her gift of prophecy, she is regarded as the originator of the first national dynasty and Paul Mathey Woman and Child in an Interior In this painting, the composition uses successive planes to lead the eye through the interior of the apartment and out into the street.

In fact, the right Edgard Maxence Heracles Killing the Birds on the Stymphalian Lake The extermination of the birds that lived on human flesh and destroyed the crops around Lake Stymphalus in Arcadia, was the fifth of Heracles' twelve tasks Edgard Maxence Breton Legend Breton Legend is one of Edgard Maxence's most ambitious Symbolist compositions, painted during his period of artistic maturity.

Sheltering under a dolmen, in Ernest Meissonier Campaign of France, This painting—in a small format rather unusual for a painter of military history—indicates Meissonier's taste for seventeenth-century Flemish and Dutch Anxious not to raise They have stopped digging Wearing a woollen cape and a red hood, the young shepherdess perhaps the painter's own daughter is She is wearing a dress of rough material and a Herbert, who studied the Monet grew white water lilies in the water garden he had installed in his property at Giverny in Racing boats competed at Argenteuil from because the Seine widened out into a basin At first the artist observed them from the terrace of St Thomas Hospital, on the Claude Monet Women in the Garden In , Claude Monet started painting a large picture in the garden of the property he was renting in the Paris suburbs.

He faced a twofold challenge Trouville During the summer of , on the eve of the Franco-Prussian war, Claude Monet was staying in Trouville with his young wife, Camille, whom he had married on Claude Monet The Coalmen Monet shared the preoccupations of some of his contemporaries, such as the painter Degas or the novelist Zola, who were trying to describe all the facets of Claude Monet The Magpie In the late s, Monet started to extend the need to capture sensations and render "the effect" to all transitory, even fleeting states of nature.

Claude Monet Wind Effect, Series of The Poplars This painting, acquired by Paul Durand-Ruel as early as , remained for a long time in the family of the famous art-dealer and friend of the After several years of painting in the countryside, he turned to When in Bologna in Rossini himself must have experienced how he jeopardized his career, through his own anthem to an Italian centralized state as proclaimed by Murat; Murat was defeated by the Austrians at Tolentino and the Napoleonic age came to an abrupt end.

In the period following the restoration Rossini regularly composed for the Bourbon court in Naples cantatas for birthdays, recoveries from illness and visits—all occasions which took place on one particular day, before normal business was resumed. In the case of the substantial cantata written for the marriage of Maria Carolina to the Duke of Berry Le nozze di Teti e di Peleo , it must have come to his attention that the work actually brought the royal pair no luck: Only a few months later the grandiose hymns of praise to the new king would have provoked sarcasm and outrage.

With his ultra-conservative politics, which sought to restore pre-revolutionary privileges to the upper classes and which re-introduced censorship with ordinances that overturned quasi-constitutional charters, Charles X snubbed the emerging liberal bourgeoisie. Likewise the much-noticed subject of the Greek struggle for freedom which the poet Luigi Balochi had put into the libretto would, like all political subjects of the day, soon become obsolete and, at the most, would have only a historical dimension.

In an opera celebrating the present day it would have had little meaning. In the Rossini renaissance of the last thirty years many cantatas have been unearthed and some of them have enjoyed a certain popularity in concert halls, thanks to their scintillating music and their generally mythological content, which today leaves us indifferent. When Il viaggio a Reims was resurrected in in Pesaro nobody really reckoned that it could become a staple of the repertoire, not necessarily on account of its subject-matter, which is so irrelevant and so far removed from us today, like the ancient tales of the gods, but for practical reasons: Abbado conducted the opera, with small alterations to the line-up, in the production by Luca Ronconi, until , in Milan, Vienna, Tokyo and Ferrara, and every time one thought: But how could it be that this opera, of all operas, has become such a cult in our times?

In the production which is given every year by the graduates of the Rossini Academy in Pesaro, Emilio Sagi presents Charles X as a boy king, with balloons. And in most productions the king himself does not actually appear; the members of the international company celebrate themselves. Other productions will often make reference to the latest politics of the day and it is perhaps the only Rossini opera that actually justifies that , for instance to the EU.

But the opera is a celebration of itself without any political agenda: In the context of its successful collaboration with SWR and Naxos this presented the Festival with the opportunity of releasing the complete opera on CD for the first time and in accordance with the critical edition. Now however it has been reconstructed for the critical edition as a mixed chorus. In many performances these words are spoken by others or even by the conductor.

Contrary to current practice the third and fourth stanzas are not cut in Wildbad. She hears the fashion-mad Countess of Folleville calling for her maid. The Countess is in a bad mood because she does not have with her the latest fashion items that she needs for the coronation. Her cousin Don Luigino appears and in a fluster reports that the coach carrying her clothes has met with an accident.

The Countess falls into a faint. But as he talks of the possibility of her even dying the Countess suddenly sits up. The men are unable to console her; only women can understand her distress at the absence of her fashionable outfits: Modestina hurries in carrying a box containing a little hat which has been salvaged undamaged from the coach.

Those present can barely suppress a smile. The Italian Don Profondo is late because he has been looking at a rare antique. The Spaniard Don Alvaro comes in with the Polish Marquess Melibea, who is looking forward to being on the journey in the company of such distinguished people.

Madame Cortese is perturbed by the nonappearance of the courier. Don Profondo and Trombonok make the philosophical point that love makes grown men childish. She sees Lord Sidney arrive; he is secretly in love with Corinna and Madame Cortese is of the opinion that the feeling is mutual. Peasant girls enter carrying flowers, the messengers of his love for her. Left alone, Corinna, deeply moved, contemplates the daily gift of flowers from her admirer.

Finally he throws himself at her feet and admits that it is she whom he worships. But Belfiore is convinced that Corinna, like all women, is only pretending for the sake of protocol and that she will weaken sooner or later. But now he must draw up an inventory of the goods and chattels that his fellow travellers will take with them on the journey. For the Spaniard he makes a note of genealogical tables with explanatory commentaries, diplomas and decorations as well as Peruvian pearls.

The Polish lady owns the most exquisite works of literature as well as pictures based on them.

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