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Monet

Claude . 1840--1926, French landscape painter; the leading exponent of impressionism. His interest in the effect of light on colour led him to paint series of pictures of the same subject at different times of day. These include Haystacks (1889--93), Rouen Cathedral (1892--94), the Thames (1899--1904), and Water Lilies (1899--1906)
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Monet was painting in a new and different way, I told them, using bright colors with dabs of paint visible when viewing a painting up close.
Of all the paintings Monet painted at Etretat, this is the only canvas that includes the disk of the sun, and that one detail opens the door to date the scene precisely.
Monet initially went to Fontainebleau to learn the intricacies of landscape painting from his idols, such as Camille Corot and Charles-Francois Daubigny, but he chose to return specifically to Chailly year after year because he found the village charming.
Similarly Twombly is regarded by some people as a difficult artist, but I think in the company of Turner and Monet you'll find a way into Twombly which you hadn't experienced before.
We do not know how far this aestheticising of the space of the Monet bedroom went, but a veil of some sort immediately over the face separating Monet from his beloved may be what is represented by those various diagonal paintstrokes across the body in Monet's painting.
Upon getting this request for updated projections, Monet had meetings with all of his executives to ensure that the suitor only received information he approved.
Monet designed a customized monogram using a central font for everything including bouquet ribbons, reception pillows, flower girl dresses, and even her cake.
The result is an exhibition composed rather of many "mini-retrospectives": Monet as a landscape painter, as a figure painter and as a still life painter.
Earlier this week, a Monet painting of a railway bridge over the River Seine set a new record for the artist at auction when Le Pont Du Chemin De Fer A Argenteuil fetched EUR41,481,000 (pounds 21.
I shared the view of many that Monet was the ultimate impressionist, romantically dashing off his paintings in a few sittings in his garden at Giverny.
There are no poor people" Renoir believed, denying that lack of means could interfere with happiness, success, or the imagination (5), even though living expenses and painting supplies were hard to come by for much of his career: "I would several times have given up if Monet had not reassured me with a slap on the back" (5).
The picture, A Back Road At Giverny, was done by Cullercoats artist John Falconar Slater who was inspired by Monet.