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The fact that Courbet did not glorify or ennoble his peasants but presented them boldly and starkly created a violent reaction in the art world . Leader of the new school of Realism . Courbet , an intimate of many writers and ...
In France , numerous forms developed from the branle , a round dance of peasant origin that became fashionable in the ... the peasants continued their boisterous dancing , in England as elsewhere , very much as they had for centuries .
17 ( The Pig - headed Peasants , 1881 ) ; šelma sedlįk , op . 37 ( The Peasant a Rogue , 1878 ) ; Dimitrij , op . 64 ( 1882 ) ; Jakobķn , op . 84 ( The Jacobin , 1889 ) ; Čert a Kįča , op . 112 ( The Devil and Kate , 1899 ) ; Rusalka ...
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