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A well known woman currently living in modern-day Paris could not simultaneously represent a historical or mythological woman. Conservatives condemned the work as "immoral" and "vulgar.
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Who was Edouard Manet?
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It is clear that she is not a goddess or a mythological woman, as were the traditional pretenses for painting the nude female form. She gazes. On the other hand, Olympia rejects to use three dimensions and forms his subject matter as a pale white woman. Reclining nude Titian, Venus of. More than years after it was painted, Édouard Manet's "Olympia" with a naked woman as a scantily dressed bather relaxes behind them.
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