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A look at Manet's depiction of a horse race and his ability to capture the explosive movement of the horses and the bustle of the crowd.
An introduction to Toulouse-Lautrec's disturbing painting of a circus in Montmartre, part of the dark Paris underworld that the artist knew well and depicted throughout his career.
An overview of Homer's interest in documenting tourist activity in New Hampshire's White Mountains in the 1860s.
An introduction to Manet and Degas' artistic exploration of horse racing, the fashionable spectator sport in Paris in the 1860s.
An introduction to Salon artist Gustave Moreau and his fascination with the myths and tales from the classical and biblical worlds.
An introduction to Degas's drawings of a jockey on his mount and suggestions for classroom discussions and activities.
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An introduction to Inness's philosophical beliefs and a look at the spiritual qualities of his Florida landscape of marshes and mist.
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