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Afternoon in the Tuileries Gardens

Photo credit: The National Gallery, London

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In the summer of 1867, the German artist Adolph Menzel visited Paris for nine weeks. While there, he almost certainly went to Manet’s temporary pavilion, which for a few days was situated near the Universal Exhibition. The pavilion displayed around 50 of Manet’s paintings, including Music in the Tuileries Gardens (1862), also in the National Gallery’s collection.

The National Gallery, London





Oil on canvas


H 49 x W 70 cm

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Acquisition method

Bought with the assistance of the American Friends of the National Gallery, London, the George Beaumont Group and a number of gifts in wills, including a legacy from Mrs Martha Doris Bailey in memory of her husband Mr Richard Hillman Bailey, 2006

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