The Rumor art by Alan F. Beck
Edouard Manet French, The matador is the illustrious Cayetano Sanz y Pozas (1821–1890), who Manet saw in action during an 1865 trip to Spain—his only visit, despite a longstanding fascination with seventeenth-century Spanish art. This canvas, the first of the full-length figure paintings that Manet completed after studying the works of Velázquez in Madrid, was made upon his return to France.
"Manet’s Mouseador" - Painting Sold.
3.25” x 8.25” Watercolor
Based on “A Matador” by Edouard Manet c. 1866-1867
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

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"Manet’s Mouseador"
3.25” x 8.25” Watercolor
Based on “A Matador” by Edouard Manet c. 1866-1867
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC