Édouard Manet – Inspirer of the Impressionists

Édouard Manet (1832 – 1883) was a 19th century French Painter who helped inspire the transition from Realism to Impressionism. His two paintings “The Luncheon on the Grass” and “Olympia” are considered watershed paintings that marked the beginning of modern art. Manet broke new ground in choosing subjects which were from events in his own time (beggars, singers, actors, cafes, matadors). Our collection of patterns includes many of his well-recognized works including Music in the Tuileries, The Café Conce

Patterns Included In This Set

The Lunch on the Grass


Music in the Tuileries

Berthe Morisot

Self Portrait with Palette

The Café Concert

Racing at Longchamp

The Execution of Emperor Maximilian

The Railway

A Bar at the Folies-Bergere

The Spanish Singer

Young Flautist

Woman with Parrot




House in Rueil

Garden Path in Rueil

In the Conservatory

The Balcony

Portrait of Emile Zola

The Tragic Actor

Dead Matador

Still Life with Melon and Peaches

Mlle Victorine in the Costume of a Matador

The Lemon

Lilacs in a Vase




Boy with Dog

Eva Gonzales

A Good Glass of Beer

Woman Pouring Water

The Waitress

Woman with Fans

On the Beach

Flowers in a Crystal Vase