Édouard Manet, Roses in a Champagne Glass, 1882; The Burrell Collection.
The severely altered image below could be the result of a digital edit, but it's more likely a recently painted reproduction, with highly imaginative coloring. The Burrell photo is consistent with Manet's other still life paintings, and is more textured, more interesting. Burrell mentions that "Manet was ill for the last two years of his life and gave this painting to a friend as a thank you for bringing him gifts of flowers and sweets."
Altered version of a painting by Édouard Manet.
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