“Le Club aux Folies-Bergère” painter whose moments of Parisian lifestyle bridged the difference between Realism and Impressionism. He decorated “Le déjeuner sur l’herbe” and “Olympia,” both which had become thought to be foundational functions of modern artwork. However, during their creation, these paintings had been regarded scandalous and indecent. He failed the Navy entry exam twice, and his dad finally allowed him to go after an creative education. He was fascinated with discretion and leisurely actions, as exemplified by “Music in the Tuileries” from 1862. His mom was the goddaughter from the Swedish crown prince as well as the daughter of the diplomat. He and pianist Suzanne Leenhoff wed in 1863. He and Claude Monet, another revered French Impressionist painter, had been often confused, provided both painters’ related surnames.