Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Ernest Ange Duez (also known as Ernest-Ange Duez and Ernest Duez, 8 March 1843 – 5 April 1896) was a French painter of genre scenes, portraits, landscapes and religious subjects. Although he was an admirer of Édouard Manet and owned paintings by Manet, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and Berthe Morisot, his palette was more subdued than that of most of the Impressionists, and his technique more controlled. His style, between that of the conservative Paris Salon and Impressionism, has been called juste milieu, and he has been compared to Alfred Stevens, Giuseppe De Nittis, and James Tissot.
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Q3056824
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Introduction
Comment on works: genre; flowers
Nationality
French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Landscapist, Painter, Pastelist, Pastellist
Names
Ernest Ange Duez, Ernest-Ange Duez, Ernest Duez, Duez, E. Duez, ernest duez
Ulan
500023692
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