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Courbet

Gustave . 1819--77, French painter, a leader of the realist movement; noted for his depiction of contemporary life
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But I have to say they make amazing paintings." He didn't quite have the run of the museum he had hoped for, but he got many great paintings--Veazquez, Poussin, Courbet, van Gogh, Manet, Monet, Matisse, Hopper--and some great terrible ones, mostly by American artists, like Jos eph Hirsch's WPA Portrait of an Old Man, 1939.
Here one found sculpture--Kopfe--Apharese (Heads--Aphaeresis), 2002, a serial arrangement of sixty heads in bronze, aluminum, and blue wax with cut out faces; film--Tote Menschen schreien nicht (Dead people don't scream), 2002, a splatter-filled catalogue of mutilated murder victims; and video--Die Macht der Sprache (The power of language), 2002, featuring panoramic views of a (male) glottis, the vaginal appearance of which serves to graft the image of the origin of speech onto the "origine du monde" birth metaphor beloved of Messieurs Courbet, Lacan, and Duchamp.
It is a take on a famous 19thcentury painting by French artist Gustave Courbet, Bonjour Monsieur Courbet, and expresses appreciation of the genius of Byrne, who plays Courbet in the photo.
In Les Nuits d'Ava, Jacques (the narrator) and Rose are back, but this time they are paired with the actress Ava Gardner and the painter Gustave Courbet, perhaps best known for his (in)famous work L'Origine du monde (1866).
Meanwhile, Kaya FC's team captain, Enzo Courbet, was awarded Most Valuable Player in this year's tournament.
Units of the Egyptian, UK and French navies have taken part in war games in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.-press photo CAIRO, Dec 2 (MENA) - The Egyptian and French navies conducted an exercise at the Red Sea base, with the French vessel, Courbet, taking part.