Édouard Manet - Theodore Duret 1868

Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus 1868 The Execution of the Emperor Maximilian of Mexico 1868 The salmon 1868 Theodore Duret 1868 Young woman with a pink shoe 1868 A café, interiour 1869 Almonds, currants and peaches 1869
Theodore Duret 1868

Theodore Duret 1868
46x35cm oil/canvas
Musée de la Ville de Paris, Musée Carnavalet, Paris, France

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Théodore Duret (20 January 1838, Saintes – 16 January 1927, Paris) was a French journalist, author and art critic. He was one of the first advocates of impressionism. One of his best known works is Critique d'Avant Garde (Paris, 1885) which was written in support of the Impressionist movement. He also served as collecting advisor and buying agent for American art collector Louisine Havemeyer.