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A student's photograph from Animating Art History 2012, inspired by Manet's Bar. Animating Art History is a widening participation project in partnership with University of the Arts London.

A student's photograph from Animating Art History 2012, inspired by Manet's Bar. Animating Art History is a widening participation project in partnership with University of the Arts London.

Tom Hunter created this photograph as part of his series on Hackney. This image of the iconic pub, The Dolphin, creates visual rhymes with Manet's Bar painted over 100 years earlier.

Tom Hunter created this photograph as part of his series on Hackney. This image of the iconic pub, The Dolphin, creates visual rhymes with Manet's Bar painted over 100 years earlier.

Manet, Before the Mirror (1876)  Manet often used mirror and uncomfortable perspectives

Manet, Before the Mirror (1876) Manet often used mirror and uncomfortable perspectives

Manet's oil sketch - in preparation from Manet's finished painting. Compare the two, what is different or similar?

Manet's oil sketch - in preparation from Manet's finished painting. Compare the two, what is different or similar?

The Courtauld Gallery's collection spans 900 years, but is perhaps best known for Impressionist and Post-Impressionist work. Manet's Bar at the Folies-Bergere is an example of that.

The Courtauld Gallery's collection spans 900 years, but is perhaps best known for Impressionist and Post-Impressionist work. Manet's Bar at the Folies-Bergere is an example of that.

Édouard Manet was one of the first artists to depict everyday modern life in his paintings and is often seen as the artist who bridged the gao between Impressionism and Realism.  He often painted scenes of the upper class enjoying social and lesuire activities, the Parisian social life.

Édouard Manet was one of the first artists to depict everyday modern life in his paintings and is often seen as the artist who bridged the gao between Impressionism and Realism. He often painted scenes of the upper class enjoying social and lesuire activities, the Parisian social life.

Throughout the history of art oranges and roses have always had further connotations.  Oranges implying a sense of wealth and generosity which is representing the rich, upper class at the Folies-Bergère. Roses symbolising love and purity which acts ironically as the barmaid could potentially be posing as a prostitute.

Throughout the history of art oranges and roses have always had further connotations. Oranges implying a sense of wealth and generosity which is representing the rich, upper class at the Folies-Bergère. Roses symbolising love and purity which acts ironically as the barmaid could potentially be posing as a prostitute.

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