The Railway Painting: Edouard Manet is the finest modern painting artist from French. The luncheon on the Grass, and Olympia paintings are masterworks of Manet. Today, these paintings are considered watershed paintings that mark the start of modern art.
Manet attracted to the bold brushwork of Spanish painter Diego Velazquez. In 1856, he started his career in paintings. Later, Manet focused on the modern subject matter.
According to the source, he was rejected several times at the official art exhibition of the Academie des Beaux-Arts. Dejeuner Sur L’Herbe one of the paintings of Manet. It refuse in the Salon Des.
One of his paintings, The Railway, 1873 a wonderful painting. In spite of his association with the Impressionist group, Manet never really became a member of it. Manet was an older painter than most of them, and he was more of a radical history painter than a light observer. Although he used more obvious brushstrokes and a brighter palette in this portrayal of a mother and child at a railway station, he incorporated impressionistic style cues.
I think he does not know it could be his last painting. Yes, before he passed away Manet painted “A Bar at the Folies-Bergere,” 1882. The bar buzzes with life’s fleeting pleasures, including a bottle of Bass Ale. However, Manet swapped the traditional makeup skull for a waitress who stared at us with sad eyes.
A giant mirror behind her reflects the Folies’ interior, which includes a crowd watching a mountain driver (whose legs swing from the upper-left corner), as well as a gentleman (and the opposite coupling). The appearance that attracts the bartender’s attention) is ordering a drink.