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Impressionist painter Edouard Manet fell dramatically quick in assembly his parents' expectations. Born in Paris on January 23, 1832, he was once the son of Auguste Manet, a high-ranking judge, and Eugenie-Desiree Fournier, the daughter of a diplomat and the goddaughter of the Swedish crown prince. Affluent and well connected, the couple hoped their son would pick a respectable career, preferably law. Edouard refused. He wanted to create art.
In 1870, he served as a soldier during the Franco-German War and observed the destruction of Paris. His studio was partially destroyed during the siege of Paris, but to his delight, an art dealer named Paul Durand-Ruel bought everything he could salvage from the wreckage for 50,000 francs.