Manet and his Critics is a closely-documented case study of the relationship of the artist to society. Mr. Hamilton draws on contemporary newspapers, periodicals, letters, and critical essays to examine the critical tempest that Manet's paintings created in his time. He follows the evolution of Manet's style, his struggles to have his work accepted, and the history of both the abuse and praise he received.
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