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This painting by Édouard Manet of 1880 is now part of a private collection. For many years it has been owned by the artist's family, descendants of Berthe Morisot, his brother Eugène's wife. Morisot identifies the young woman portrayed in Mademoiselle Marguerite, American sister-in-law of Manet's friend, Jules Guillemet.
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This painting by Édouard Manet of 1880 is now part of a private collection. For many years it has been owned by the artist's family, descendants of Berthe Morisot, his brother Eugène's wife. Morisot identifies the young woman portrayed in Mademoiselle Marguerite, American sister-in-law of Manet's friend, Jules Guillemet. The garden in which Miss Margaret is reading a book is that of the house rented by Manet in 1880 in Bellevue, near Paris. Monet paints the scene live, outdoors, on a large canvas (153.7 x 116.8 cm.), as an attentive observer of life around him. The brushstrokes palpitate with movement, light and life, as the famous poet Mallarmé states in 1876: “Now Manet and his school use simple, fresh or slightly overlapping colours and their results seem to have been achieved at the first stroke, that the ever-present light mixes up and vivifies all things. As the details of the painting, nothing must be absolutely fixed so that we can feel that the luminous glow that illuminates the image, or the diaphanous shadow that veils it, is seen only in passing, and just when the spectator sees the represented subject, which being composed of a harmony of lights reflected and constantly evolving, cannot be supposed always to look the same, but palpitates of movement, light and life”.