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[[Image:Le Ministère de la Marine by Charles Meryon.jpg|right|thumb|200px|''[[Le Ministère de la Marine]]'' ([[1865]]-[[1866]]) is a print by [[French etcher]] [[Charles Méryon]] depicting the marine ministry "attacked" by a charging flock of [[fantastic creature]]s. [[Image:Le Ministère de la Marine by Charles Meryon.jpg|right|thumb|200px|''[[Le Ministère de la Marine]]'' ([[1865]]-[[1866]]) is a print by [[French etcher]] [[Charles Méryon]] depicting the marine ministry "attacked" by a charging flock of [[fantastic creature]]s.
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-[[Image:Olympia (1863) by Édouard Manet.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[Olympia (Manet) |Olympia]]'' (detail) by [[Édouard Manet]] was a [[succès de scandale]] when it was first exhibited at the [[Paris Salon of 1865]]. Today, it is considered as the start of [[modern art]].]]+[[Image:Olympia (1863) by Édouard Manet.jpg|thumb|left|200px|''[[Olympia (Manet) |Olympia]]'' (detail) by [[Édouard Manet]] was a [[succès de scandale]] when it was first exhibited at the [[Paris Salon of 1865]]. Today, it is considered as the start of [[modern art]].]]
[[Image:Virgin of the Nile by Federico Faruffini.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[The Virgin of the Nile]]'' (1865) by [[Federico Faruffini]]]] [[Image:Virgin of the Nile by Federico Faruffini.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[The Virgin of the Nile]]'' (1865) by [[Federico Faruffini]]]]
[[Image:History of Caricature and Grotesque in Literature and Art.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[History of Caricature and Grotesque in Literature and Art]]'' by [[Thomas Wright (antiquarian)|Thomas Wright]], [[1865]]]] [[Image:History of Caricature and Grotesque in Literature and Art.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[History of Caricature and Grotesque in Literature and Art]]'' by [[Thomas Wright (antiquarian)|Thomas Wright]], [[1865]]]]
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 +'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a year of the [[1860s]].
== Events == == Events ==
*[[Paris Salon of 1865]] opens in May *[[Paris Salon of 1865]] opens in May
==Art== ==Art==
-**Manet's Olympia did not depict a goddess or an odalisque, but a high-class prostitute waiting for a client. The classic work that most closely resembles Manet's in character is Francisco Goya's La Maja Desnuda (c. 1800).+*[[Manet's Olympia]]
-*Le Ministère de la Marine by Charles Meryon+*[[Le Ministère de la Marine]] by Charles Meryon
-*Proudhon and his children by Gustave Courbet+*[[Proudhon and His Children]] by Gustave Courbet
*Rosine à sa toilette by Antoine Wiertz *Rosine à sa toilette by Antoine Wiertz
== Literature == == Literature ==
===Fiction=== ===Fiction===
-*''[[Alice in Wonderland]]'' by Lewis Carroll+*[[Lewis Carroll]] - ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]''
-*''[[From the Earth to the Moon]]'' by Jules Verne+*[[Jules Verne]] - ''[[From the Earth to the Moon]]'' (''De la Terre à la Lune'')
-===Non fiction===+*[[Wilhelm Busch]] - ''[[Max and Moritz|Max und Moritz]]''
-*''[[Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine]]''+===Non-fiction===
 +*''[[Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine]]'' by Claude Bernard
 +*''[[Geschichte des Materialismus]]'' by Friedrich Albert Lange
== Births == == Births ==

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Le Ministère de la Marine (1865-1866) is a print by French etcher Charles Méryon depicting the marine ministry "attacked" by a charging flock of fantastic creatures.
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Le Ministère de la Marine (1865-1866) is a print by French etcher Charles Méryon depicting the marine ministry "attacked" by a charging flock of fantastic creatures.
Olympia (detail) by Édouard Manet was a succès de scandale when it was first exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1865. Today, it is considered as the start of modern art.
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Olympia (detail) by Édouard Manet was a succès de scandale when it was first exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1865. Today, it is considered as the start of modern art.

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