Midina at the Entrance to the Isle of Wight Art. This pretty impressionist artwork was painted in 1875 by Berthe Morisot. Julie Manet, was, without a shadow of a doubt, Morisot’s favoured muse. In creating so many pictures of Julie, Berthe Morisot was able to develop the most wonderful visual timeline, a painted ‘photo’ album full of memories. Berthe Morisot was a Paris based impressionist painter. Morisot was, in fact, the sister-in-law of Èdouard Manet having been married to his brother Eugène Manet. Morisot’s work was known to be both delicate and charming, this elegant artwork is a casing point.