The Fifer

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1866, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. Manet, who had found in Hispanic subjects, the way of his own talent, discovered Spain and the Prado Museum late in 1865, . The Velasquez 's "Pablo de Valladolid"  particularly impressed him. Back in Paris, Manet apply these principles to a contemporary subject. A simple and anonymous military child is  therefore treated as a Grande of Spain. Not only Manet disrupts the hierarchies of representation, but he also supports the choice of a boldly simplified language.

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