The Salon des Refusés was a group of artists who were not selected to have their work displayed at the Paris Salon. The Salon des Refusés was held in 1863, and it was the first time that these artists were able to display their work to the public. These artists included Édouard Manet, Auguste Rodin, Camille Pissarro, Paul Cézanne and Mary Cassatt. The Salon des Refusés was a way for these artists to show the world that they were just as talented as the artists who were selected to display their work at the Paris Salon.
The Salon des Refusés was an important event in the history of art because it showed that there was more than one way to be a successful artist. These artists were not afraid to experiment with new styles and techniques, and they were rewarded for their creativity. The Salon des Refusés was a stepping stone for these artists, and it paved the way for future generations of artists to experiment with new styles and techniques.