Apr 14, 2018 | By: Jim Rode at Friday Night Art
Children color and play near the Dead Toreador by Edouard Manet in the National Gallery of Art.
Originally this was a larger painting dating from 1864. Manet cut it in two. Today, the lower half is in the National Gallery. The upper half of the painting hangs in the Frick Gallery.
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Children learn and play at the National Gallery of Art in DC in the room near Manet's Dead Toreador.
Photo by Jim Rode #fridaynightart