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This painting demonstrates a domestic scene of the French elite. It is painted in the style of the Impressionists, with its rapid brushstrokes of nature, used to cover a fleeting moment. Gonzalès pays careful attention to the sunlight and its effect on the landscape during a particular time of day. Painted at Dieppe, a locale in Normandy, Nanny and Child was originally exhibited with the name, Miss et bébé. The "miss" would represent the nanny's English heritage; to have a nanny with such a nationality would be a sign of wealth in France. Nanny and Child is an homage to Èdouard Manet's The Railway, with its focus of a young, dream-like nanny, and her charge playing with a fence.
SKU: 7216
Creator: Eva Gonzalès
Date: 1877-1878
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 25 9/16 x 32 1/16 in.
Location: National Gallery of Art

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This painting demonstrates a domestic scene of the French elite. It is painted in the style of the Impressionists, with its rapid brushstrokes of nature, used to cover a fleeting moment. Gonzalès pays careful attention to the sunlight and its effect on the landscape during a particular time of day. Painted at Dieppe, a locale in Normandy, Nanny and Child was originally exhibited with the name, Miss et bébé. The "miss" would represent the nanny's English heritage; to have a nanny with such a nationality would be a sign of wealth in France. Nanny and Child is an homage to Èdouard Manet's The Railway, with its focus of a young, dream-like nanny, and her charge playing with a fence.
SKU: 7216
Creator: Eva Gonzalès
Date: 1877-1878
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 25 9/16 x 32 1/16 in.
Location: National Gallery of Art

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