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Manet and the Sea(2)

The Philadelphia Museum of Art describes the seascape paintings of French artist Edouard Manet. Visit a gallery of Manet's at sea and seaside paintings and listen and read interesting historical notes about them and view works by other artists that
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art describes the seascape paintings of French artist Edouard Manet. Visit a gallery of Manet's at-sea and seaside paintings and listen and read interesting historical notes about them and view works by other artists that explore the same theme. Play one of several games available, or page through a wonderful watercolor sketchbook. Includes teacher's packet and "Manet for Kids."

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