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  1. MILLET: SESSANTA CAPOLAVORI DAL MUSEUM of FINE ARTS DI BOSTON (Millet: Sixty Masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston by Jean Francois; (Jean-Francois Millet, J. F. Millet, J. -F. Millet) ; Ed. by George T. M. Shackelford and Marco Goldin. Millet, 2004
  2. Quincy Adams Shaw collection: Italian Renaissance sculpturee : paintings and pastels by Jean François Millet : exhibition opening April 18, 1918 by Jean François Millet, 2010-05-17
  3. Drawn into the Light: Jean Francois Millet by Alexandra R. Murphy et al., Richard Rand, et all 1999-05-11
  4. Jean-François Millet, Peasant and Painter by Alfred Sensier, 2010-01-09
  5. Jean-François Millet [Au-delà de l'Angélus] by Lucien Lepoittevin, 2002-11-20
  6. Jean-Francois Millet, Peasant And Painter by Jean-Francois Millet, 2007-07-25
  7. The Habitual Peacefulness of Gruchy: Poems After Pictures by Jean-francois Millet by David Middleton, 2005-11
  8. Jean Francois Millet by Estelle M. Hurll, 2010-07-24
  9. Millet by Romain Rolland, Jean François Millet, et all 2010-09-09
  10. Catalogue Descriptif Des Peintures, Aquarelles, Pastels, Dessins Rehaussés, Croquis Et Eaux-Fortes De M.-F. Millet: Reúnis À L'école Des Beaux-Arts, Quai ... Élever Un Monument a La (French Edition) by Jean François Millet, Paul Mantz, 2010-03-23
  11. Jean François Millet, his life and letters by Julia Mary Cartwright Ady, 2010-08-26
  12. Jean François Millet; by Richard Muther, 2010-08-20
  13. Charles Meryon and Jean-Francois Millet: Etchings of Urban and Rural 19Th-Century France by William U. Eiland, S. William Pelletier, 1994-06
  14. Quincy Adams Shaw Collection by Jean François Millet, Quincy Adams Shaw, 2010-04-22

1. Jean-francois Millet (1814 - 1875) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Jeanfrancois millet jean-francois Millet studied under Delaroche, learning his naturalistic approach to tranquil and pastoral scenes and portraits.
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Movement: Barbizon School
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Jean-Francois Millet studied under Delaroche, learning his naturalistic approach to tranquil and pastoral scenes and portraits. Critics were unsettled by the unromantic depictions of rural life, and in the 1850’s, the French government became paranoid of the political and socialist messages his paintings might suggest. After making the acquaintance of Rousseau in 1849, Millet joined the Barbizon School and converted to landscapes.
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Shepherdess Seated on a Rock, 1856 Jean-François Millet (French, 1814-1875)Oil on wood; 14 1/8 x
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Calling the Cows Home, ca. 1872 Jean-François Millet (French, 1814-1875)Oil on wood; 37 1/4 x The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Woman with a Rake, probably 1856-57 Jean-François Millet (French, 1814-1875)Oil on canvas; 15 5/8 x

2. Jean-Francois Millet --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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died Jan. 20, 1875, Barbizon Courtesy of the Cabinet des Dessins, Musee du Louvre; photograph, Cliche Musees Nationaux, Paris French painter renowned for his peasant subjects. Millet spent his youth working on the land, but by the age of 19 he was studying art in Cherbourg. In 1837 he arrived in Paris and eventually enrolled in the studio of Paul Delaroche, where he seems to have remained until 1839. (75 of 287 words) To read the full article, activate your FREE Trial Commonly Asked Questions About Jean-Francois Millet Close Enable free complete viewings of Britannica premium articles when linked from your website or blog-post. Now readers of your website, blog-post, or any other web content can enjoy full access to this article on Jean-Francois Millet , or any Britannica premium article for free, even those readers without a premium membership. Just copy the HTML code fragment provided below to create the link and then paste it within your web content. For more details about this feature, visit our

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Jean-Francois Millet
Jean-François Millet was a French painter and one of the founders of the Barbizon school in rural France. He is noted for his scenes of peasant farmers. He can be categorized as part of the movement termed "naturalism", but also as part of the movement of "realism".
Born in the village of Gruchy, in Gréville-Hague (Normandy), Millet moved to Paris in 1838. He received his academic schooling with Paul Dumouchel, and with Jérome Langlois in Cherbourg. After 1840 he turned away from the official painting style and came under the influence of Honoré Daumier. In 1849 he withdrew to Barbizon to apply himself to painting many, often poetic, peasant scenes.
One of the most well known of Millet's paintings is "The Gleaners" (1857), depicting women stooping in the fields to glean the leftovers from the harvest. It is a powerful and timeless statement about the working class.
Picking up what was left of the harvest was regarded as one of the lowest jobs in society. However, Millet offered these women as the heroic focus of the picture; previously, servants were depicted in paintings as subservient to a noble or king. Here, light illuminates the women's shoulders as they carry out their work. The forms of the three figures themselves nearly silhouetted against the lighter field, show balance and harmony.

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  • Crepuscule (1868) - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Les Glaneuses (1857) - Louvre, Paris
  • Gleaners (1857) - Orsay, Paris
  • L'iglese de Greville (1874) - Orsay, Paris
  • Man With a Hoe (1862) - Getty Center, Los Angeles
  • Primule (1868) - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Harvesters Resting (1853) - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Potato Planters (1861) - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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    Jean-Francois Millet (4 October 1814 - 20 January 1875), French Realist painter, member of the Barbizon School Today he is famous mainly as a painter of peasants and rural scenes. He was a member of the Barbizon School , but he chose to concentrate on figure painting, abandoning landscapes till the last years of his life. His way of painting rural scenes are marked by the nostalgia of a lost, golden age, classical in composition but with a strong realist manner of representing things. He was inspired by his own childhood memories, the Barbizon School , and also the old masters. Passionate, almost obssesed by the realism of his paintings. Millet was the son of a farmer and was born in Greville in Normandy . Since childhood he showed a great interest and talent in drawing, and despite his family's opposition, he left for Paris in 1838, where he was the student of Paul Delaroche. As he didn't have no means, he would fight poverty for the most part of his life, chosing to sacrifice everything for his art. He first exhibited at the Salon in 1840. At that time he was influenced by Poussin and Eustache Le Sueur, and painted mainly mythological subjects and portraits. He had the briliant idea to return to his childhood for subjects, and chose to paint the peasant life, which he will do for the rest of his career. He will exhibit one of the first of these paintings in 1848 at the Salon, and was praised by Theophile Gautier. The painting was bought by Alexandre Ledru-Rollin, the Minister of the Interior.

    9. Jean-Francois Millet - Britannica Concise
    Millet, JeanFrancois - French painter whose serene landscapes made him one of the most influential followers of Nicolas Poussin in 17th-century France.
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    French painter. Born to a peasant family, he studied with a painter in Paris, but when one of his two submissions to the Salon was rejected (1840), he returned to Cherbourg, where initially he painted mostly portraits. His first success came with The Milkmaid (1844), and in 1848 another peasant scene, The Winnower , was shown at the Salon. In 1849 he settled in the village of Barbizon. Because he continued to exhibit peasant scenes that emphasized the labours of rustic life, he was accused of being a socialist, but his aims were not political. His Angelus (1859) became one of the most popular paintings of the 19th century. In his later life he was linked with the Barbizon school document.writeln(AAMB2); Images and Media: More on "Jean-Francois Millet" from Britannica Concise Majorelle, Louis - French artist, cabinetmaker, and furniture designer. Barbizon school - Group of 19th-century French landscape painters. Boudin, Eugene

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    JeanFrancois Millet, like Courbet, attempted to show his political leanings through the subjects and style of his paintings by portraying everyday peasants
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    ... Works Cited Jean-Francois Millet, like Courbet , attempted to show his political leanings through the subjects and style of his paintings by portraying everyday peasants in idyllic settings as a way to attack the upper classes while dignifying the working class. Millet, born in 1841, grew up in the rural countryside of France. He spent most of his childhood in extreme poverty, living among the working class peasants that he later used as the subjects for his paintings. Millet studied under Paul Delaroche in 1838, and became a Realist, like Courbet. However, unlike Courbet, Millet prefered to paint his subjects with an idyllic gloss in order to criticise the bourgeoisie. L'Angelus picture courtesy of

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    French painter; b. at Gruchy, near Cherbourg, 4 October, 1814; d. at Barbizon, 20 January, 1875.
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    Jean Francois millet was born on a farm near Cherbourg and never forgot that he had spent his boyhood working in his father s fields.

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    Death Year : 1875 Country : France Jean Francois Millet was born on a farm near Cherbourg and never forgot that he had spent his boyhood working in his father's fields. He showed an early talent for drawing and was sent to study with a painter in Cherbourg. He later went to Paris after receiving a municipal grant that enabled him to study at the Beaux-Arts under Paul Delaroche. The inflexible training he received was too much for his temperament and he gave up formal study to work along in the Louvre, where he admired the works of Mantegna, da Vinci, Giorgione , and Poussin Van Gogh Jean-Francois Millet Angelus, The Jean-Francois Millet Gleaners, The Jean-Francois Millet Gleaners Jean-Francois Millet Angelus Jean-Francois Millet Gleaners, The
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    - Susan Stewart In French realist painting and literature, references to popular culture in the form of printed broadsides, Epinal prints, poems, songs, and other forms of "folk art" are often taken to be expressions of an artist's left-leaning political tendencies. But even though Jean-François Millet collected and appreciated such peasant handcrafts as ceramics, costumes, and hand-worked copper pots, he did not seem to link these so-called arts du peuple with the same radical political sympathies that Gustave Courbet, George Sand, and many others in the late 1840s found in them. Because Millet's relationship to popular representations of rural life is ambiguous and fraught with contradictions, much more so than Courbet's, it has been little discussed.

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    REFERENCE LINKS PRINT EMAIL Millet, Jean Francois Millet, Jean Francois, mee LEH, zhan frahn SWAH (1814-1875), a French artist, was the most significant painter of peasant life of the 1800's. In 1849, he settled in the village of Barbizon near the forest of Fontainebleau. He spent almost all the rest of his life there painting scenes from rural life. His most popular works include The Sower (1850), The Gleaners (1857), and The Angelus (1859). Such works dignify their subjects, portraying rural life at a time when universal suffrage in France made the peasant an important political force.
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    By Eula Holmes 13 September 2000 Use this version to print The following letter from a contributor to the WSWS comments on an exhibit of the works of nineteenth century French painter Jean-Francois Millet that was on display in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The exhibit is currently in Amsterdam. The group of drawings that inspired the exhibit and pastels are a part of the permanent collection of the Frick Art and Historical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This show was appropriately called . Visitors enjoyed the exhibition's stay in Pittsburgh last spring. Its new home is in the Rijksmuseum Vincent Van Gogh in Amsterdam. The exhibition is a summary review of Millet's work. Shown are his rarely seen pastels, watercolors and drawings. Various stages of works of art are shown and displayed for their own beauty and use of technique. Millet (1814-75) is recognized as one of the founders of the Realist movement. He was also well known for his exceptional skill as a draftsman and his commitment to drawing still life pictures. His oil paintings are better appreciated as one sees how they were given life, form and detail by the preceding drawings of the subjects.

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    In making a selection of Millet's pictures, devoted as they are to the single theme of French peasant life, variety of subject can be obtained only by showing as many phases of that life as possible. Our illustrations therefore represent both men and women working separately in the tasks peculiar to each, and working together in the labors shared between them. There are in addition a few pictures of child life. The selections include a study of the field, the dooryard, and the home interior, and range from the happiest to the most sombre subjects. They show also considerable variety in artistic motive and composition, and taken together fairly represent the scope of Millet's work. ESTELLE M. HURLL. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. March, 1900. CONTENTS AND LIST OF PICTURES PORTRAIT OF MILLET. DRAWN BY HIMSELF

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