Contributions to the Textual Criticism of the Kathopanisad by L. Alsdorf

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And status as a its in the 47) can (fig. Garden of the year before purchased just before beginning own his and picture kept with him while he worked. Both paintings feature people in contemporary costumes taking their leisure in landscape settings, and both respond with great of bright sunlight and shade. But the sensitivity to the flattening contrast differ- ences between them recapitulate the contrast between the figure paintings the artists made at Chailly in 1865 figures absorbed in their of family own 9 and (cat.

X 31V8 inches (100 x 79 cm) Oil Musee Fabre, Auguste Renoir Bazille at Oil on His Easel, 1867 canvas, 41% x 28% inches (105 x 73 cm) Musee d'Orsay, Paris 48 PITMAN condemn me time, in Montpellier, France Fig. 21. in the rue Visconti (cat. 14) been determined to perpetual many elusive member of the (fig. 20). fellowship 33 . silvery tones (fig. 23). Hunting trophies are for paintings, but the choice of subject also own fondness for the sport. Just over two hanging on a wall like it (cat. 15); that picture or reappears in his painting of the studio But no doubt the choice of a at least in part one of his more table he had painted the elegantly simple image of a years earlier Frederic Bazille and a gun arranged by a handling his brush with more delicacy and more softer, a popular Heron, 1867 interactions.

To Sainte-Adresse. precisely framed canvas on the he is painting an easel at left in the view of the studio, which he has positioned so as to display not the painted surface but the frame itself framed picture on an tion by friends ply to store it and the back side of the canvas. An easel for several reasons: to present and guests in his studio; to touch it up it painting that he prepared might place a for special inspec- for an exhibition; or sim- temporarily until he found another place for might succeed one another, artist it.

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