A Bar at the Folies-Bergère by Édouard Manet
Oil reproduction on canvas of “A bar at the Folies Bergère”. Édouard Manet painted it in 1882.
It depicts a waitress from the famous Parisian salon, the Folies Bergère. This painting shows the entire salon reflected in the mirror behind the waitress. In the bar in front of her there are a few bottles and a glass with pieces of fruit that look like oranges.
This type of room is often treated by Impressionists, who want to reflect the Parisian night in the canvases. The painting was painted in Manet’s studio, where the waitress posed and combined with all the sketches she had drawn from the Salon.
The work measures 96 x 130 cm and is housed at the Courtauld Art Institute in London.
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