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Opis ebooka Berthe Morisot: 226 Colour Plates - Maria Peitcheva

Berthe Morisot was French artist, member of the circle of painters in Paris who became known as the Impressionists. She was described by Gustave Geffroy as one of "les trois grandes dames" of Impressionism alongside Marie Bracquemond and Mary Cassatt. She formed a close friendship with Manet, who became her brother-in-law, and she served as model for several of his paintings. The two greatly influenced each other's artistic development. Her own later work inclined toward pure Impressionism in its rendering of light, while retaining an unusual smoothness of brushwork. Morisot painted what she experienced on a daily basis. Her paintings reflect the 19th-century cultural restrictions of her class and gender. She avoided urban and street scenes as well as the nude figure and, like her fellow female Impressionist Mary Cassatt, focused on domestic life and portraits in which she could use family and personal friends as models. Her works also include drawings, pastels and watercolors.

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Berthe Morisot:

226 Colour Plates

By Maria Peitcheva

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First Edition

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Berthe Morisot: 226 Colour Plates

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Copyright © 2016 by Maria Peitcheva

Table of Contents

Title Page

Copyright Page

Foreword

Drawings, Pastels, Watercolours

Paintings

Foreword

Berthe Morisot was French painter and printmaker, member of the circle of painters in Paris who became known as the Impressionists. She was described by Gustave Geffroy in 1894 as one of "les trois grandes dames" of Impressionism alongside Marie Bracquemond and Mary Cassatt. Morisot painted what she experienced on a daily basis. Her paintings reflect the 19th-century cultural restrictions of her class and gender. She avoided urban and street scenes as well as the nude figure and, like her fellow female Impressionist Mary Cassatt, focused on domestic life and portraits in which she could use family and personal friends as models. Her works also include landscapes, portraits, garden settings and boating scenes.

As the child of upper middle-class parents, she was expected to be a skilled amateur artist and was thus given appropriate schooling. In 1857 she attended drawing lessons with Geoffroy-Alphonse Chocarne (active 1838-1857), but in 1858 she and her sister Edma left to study under Joseph-Benoit Guichard, a pupil of Ingres and Delacroix. In the same year they registered as copyists in the Louvre, copying Veronese and Rubens. The sisters were introduced to Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot in 1861 and took advice from him and subsequently from his pupil, Achille-Francois Oudinot (1820-1891). Through these artists they became familiar with current debates on naturalism and began to work en plein air, painting at Pontoise, Normandy and Brittany.

She formed a close friendship with Manet, who became her brother-in-law, and she served as model for several of his best-known paintings. The two greatly influenced each other's artistic development. Her own later work inclined toward pure Impressionism in its rendering of light, while retaining an unusual smoothness of brushwork. Her paintings formed an important addition to all but one Impressionist exhibition from 1874 through 1885. Her most notable works, including Young Woman at the Dance (1880; Paris) and La Toilette (Art Institute, Chicago), are painted in clear, luminous colours. Her early subject matter included landscapes and marine scenes; later she most frequently painted tranquil portraits of mothers and children.

Morisot's works have been particularly popular in the United States, and many important works are in American collections.

Drawings, Pastels, Watercolours

Jardin De Cimiez

1889, Pastel on paper

Detail

La Flageolet

Colored crayon and pencil on paper

Detail

Charly Thomas

1893, Pastel on paper

Detail

Study For The Picking Apples

Pencil on paper mounted on board

Detail

Study For The Girl At Rest

1894, Pencil and charcoal on paper

Detail

Girl with Cat On The Knees

1882, Pastel and charcoal on paper

Detail

Landscape At Mézy: In The Garden Of Blottière

1890, Colored crayon on paper

Detail

Study For The Girl Turned

1887, Pencil on paper laid down on card

Detail

Landscape

1867, Watercolour on paper

Detail

Girl In Green Coat (Marthe)

1894, Watercolour on paper

Detail

Head Of Julie Manet, Daughter Of The Artist

Colored pencil on paper laid down on paper

Detail

The Bath

Sanguine and pencil on paper laid down on board

Detail

Sous-Bois

Watercolour on paper laid down on paper

Detail

Portrait of Jeanne Pontillon

1893, Red chalk on paper

Detail

Girl In A Garden, Study

Pastel

Detail

Detail

Rope Dancer

1886, Pastel and charcoal on paper

Detail

Head of English

1884, Pastel on paper laid down on paper

Detail

Young Girl Holding A Dog In Her Arms

1892, Pastel on paper mounted on board at edges

Detail

Lucie Léon Au Piano

1892, Pencil on paper

Detail

Young Girl With Bare Shoulders

1885, Pastel on paper mounted at the edges to board

Petite Fille Et Sa Bonne

Watercolour over pencil on paper

Swans

Watercolour

Detail

Young Lady Seated on a Bench, 1864, Watercolour

Rosalie Reisener, 1866, Watercolour

Portrait of Madame Pontillon, 1871, Pastel

Woman and Child Seated in a Meadow, 1871, Watercolour

On the Sofa, 1871, Watercolour

On the Balcony, 1871/72, Watercolour, with touches of gouache, over graphite, on off-white wove paper

A Corner of Paris, View towards Passy, 1872, Pastel

The Artist's Sister Edma with Her Daughter Jeanne, 1872, Watercolour

The Village of Maurecourt, 1873, Pastel

Young Girl with a Parrot, 1873, Pastel

Harbor in the Port of Fecamp, 1874, Pastel

On the Lawn, 1874, Pastel

Aboard a Yacht, 1875, Watercolour

Boat on the Quay, 1875, Watercolour

Boats - Entry to the Medina in the Isle of Wight, 1875, Watercolour

The Oise Maurecourt, 1876, Watercolour

By the Water, 1879, Watercolour

Luncheon in the Countryside, 1879, Watercolour

Two girls sitting at a table, 1880, Pencil and Colored pencil drawing

Snowy Landscape (aka Frost), 1880, Watercolour

Portrait of Marcel, 1880, Pastel

In the vineyards, 1882, Pastel

At the Beach in Nice, 1882, Watercolour

Little Girl Sitting on the Grass, 1882, Watercolour

Mother and Child Picking Nasturtiums, 1882, Pastel

Child with Hat, 1883, Pastel

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Child in Bed, 1884, Pastel on blue paper

Woman and Child, 1884, Pastel

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Julie Writing, 1884, Pastel

Julie and Her Boat, 1884, Watercolour

Little Girl in a White Sun Bonnet, 1885, Pastel

Young Woman on a Couch, 1885

Portraitof Mademoiselle Labillois, 1885, Pastel

The Tuileries, 1885, Watercolour

Lady with a Parasol Sitting in a Park, 1885, Watercolour

Paule Gobillard Drawing, 1886, Pastel on canvas

Little Girl in a Blue Dress, 1886, Pastel

Portrait of the Artist's Daughter, Julie Manet, at Gorey, 1886, Pastel

Young Girl Leaning on her Elbow, 1887

Bather Standing, 1888

Girl with Shuttlecock (also known as Jeanne Bonnet), 1888, Pastel

The Piano, 1888, Pastel

The Duck, 1888

Head of a Red-Haired Girl, 1888, Pastel

Fall Colors in the Bois de Boulogne, 1888, Watercolour

The Orange Picker, 1889, Pastel

Young Woman in a Blue Blouse, 1889, Pastel

Girl with Cat, 1889

Carriage in the Bois de Boulogne, 1889, Watercolour

Julie Manet plays Flageolet, 1890, pencil and colored wax crayons

Little Saint John, 1890

ulie Manet, Reading in a Chaise Lounge, 1890, Watercolour

Seated Girl (Julie Manet), c. 1890, Colored pencils, over touches of graphite, on cream wove paper, laid down on cream wove paper

Self-Portrait with Daughter Julie, 1890

Before the Mirror, study, 1890

Pears, 1891, Pastel

he Cherry Tree (study), 1891, Watercolour

Young Woman in a Rowboat, Eventail, 1891, Watercolour

Lucie Leon at the Piano (at rest), 1892, Charcoal and sanguine on paper

Violin, 1893, Pastel on canvas

Study for La Musique, 1893, charcoal on pink-colored laid paper

Jeanne Pontillon, 1893, Pastel

Jeanne Pontillon Wearing a Hat, 1893, Pastel

Jeanne Pontillon, c. 1893, Watercolour, over graphite, on ivory wove paper

Girl with Greyhound, 1893, Watercolour

Girl Plaiting her Hair (La Natte), 1894, Pastel, on cream laid paper

The Banks of the Seine, 1894, Watercolour

Sous-Bois, 1894, Watercolour on paper laid down on paper

Seated Woman with Hat, Charcoal

Boulogne Wood, Watercolour

Julie Drawing

Pencil

L'Oie

Pencil

Tree, watercolour on paper

Marthe Givaudan, pencil on paper

Reading the Newspaper

Pencil

Standing Bather

Along the Seine, Watercolour on paper

Woman standing in gray, Pastel and charcoal on blue paper

Woman and child in wood, pencil on paper laid on card

Study for "Apples"

Portrait of Charley Thomas

Julie with the goat

At the Exposition Palace, Pastel on paper

Girl en face with Nude Shoulders, Seated

Bust of the Young Woman Extended

Young Woman in White (also known as Isabelle Lemmonier)