Berthe Morisot


Berthe Morisot (1841-1895) was a French impressionist painter. She was admired by fellow artists, had multiple works exhibited by the Paris Salon, and had her paintings shown in seven of the eight independent impressionist exhibitions in Paris. Her distinctive style of long, quick brushstrokes was used to capture with great effect the spontaneity of such scenes as flowering gardens and domestic life.

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