Before attempting to anaylse the significance of gender within Edouard Manet¹s work entitled ³A Bar at the Follies-Bergere², one must first identify , and note, the somewhat colorful events which occurred within the artist life, and note the way in which they must have undoubtedly prejudiced his work.
Born in France in 1832, Manet was raised by his parents Auguste and Eugenie-Desiree; a society couple, who's social standing resulted from Auguste¹s successful career in the
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specifically by the artist with the direct intention that it should be identified and considered. The forethought with which the artist was blessed is so successfully channeled by the artists hand into his art that the one thought which remains with the viewer long after leaving the presence of the painting, is the feeling of guilt and responsibility, which in turn acts as a predetermined force in the general recognition of the artist perceptive genius.