Man With A Hoe – (Jean-François Millet) prijašnji Sljedeći


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Stil: Realism

Teme: Fields Men

Datum: 1862

Veličina: 80 x 99 cm

Muzej: Getty Museum (Los Angeles, United States)

Tehnika: Oil

Man With A Hoe (1860 - 1862) is by the French painter Jean-François Millet. The man in the picture was considered brutish and frightening by Parisian bourgeoisie. The Industrial Revolution had caused a steady exodus from French farms, and Man with a Hoe was interpreted as a socialist protest about the peasant's plight. Though his paintings were judged in political terms, Millet declared that he was neither a socialist nor an agitator.

This artwork is in the public domain.

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