The very large Paris Salon of 1883 introduced the public and critics to a new and growing movement in painting. It wasn’t Impressionism or Post-Impressionism, though.
Eight of Cabanel’s most precocious and brilliant pupils. Only one won the Prix de Rome, and the others went on to develop Naturalist art. Was Cabanel the father of this new movement?
19th century paintings showing homeless families, from Doré, Marianne Stokes, Erik Henningsen, and others.
The nineteenth century saw rising awareness of social issues, which introduced novel themes into painting. Works by Murillo, Mulready, Bastien-Lepage and others.
Naturalist paintings of the homeless and beggars on the streets, and two vast ensembles showing acrobats, and a cow-valcade?