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Gustave Courbet, a self-declared Realist, rejected the inherent sentimentality of the earlier Romantics. Courbet's interest in portraying things as they really appear, together with his non-academic orientation, place him in the front rank of the quest for realism that was the premise for much of the artistic activity during the second half of the nineteenth century. Emphatic in his opinions and constantly defying authority, Courbet believed that painters should paint only their own time and that "painting is an essentially concrete art, and can consist only of representation of real and existing things."
San Fransico, California, United States, Style: French Realist, School: Realist, Movement: Realism, French, Painting;, Painting
Style: French Realist; School: Realist; Movement: Realism; French; Painting;
San Fransico, California, United States
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Unknown, "Landscape in the Jura Jura Landscape" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 2765.