|Édouard Manet: Music in the Tuileries|
Español: Música en las Tullerías.
Français : La Musique aux Tuileries.
Deutsch: Musik im Tuileriengarten.
English: Music in the Tuileries.
Italiano: Musica alle Tuileries.
English: This painting of the Tuileries Gardens in Paris was Manet's first major work depicting modern city life. The band is playing and a fashionable crowd has gathered to listen. The picture includes portraits of Manet's friends and family. These include Manet himself as well as: Baudelaire - poet (1821 - 1867); Théophile Gautier - poet and novelist (1811 - 1872); Ignace Fantin-Latour - flower-painter (1836 - 1904); Jacques Offenbach (1819 - 1880) - composer; Eugène - the artist's brother (1833 - 1892).
Height: 76.2 cm (30 ″); Width: 118.1 cm (46.4 ″)
|Credit line||Sir Hugh Lane Bequest, 1917|
|Source/Photographer||National Gallery, London|
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