Manet is considered by many as the father of Impressionism. His bold brush work birthed the Impressionists, and his art served as a bridge between the old traditional painting and the up raising new.
As I was studying Manet, I was particularly drawn to his portrait of Berthe Morisot, an intelligent and brilliant artist in her own right.
I wonder, what if I was Manet's muse?
The painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas, continues to the sides, and is ready to hang unframed.
oil on gallery wrapped canvas