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monet

mod. good-looking from a distance. (From the works of the painter, Monet.) He’s sort of monet. Okay from a distance, but up close: yuck. But that’s just my impression.
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I then projected a variety of paintings by Monet that featured reflections in water, and asked the children to describe what they saw.
With Etretat: Sunset, Monet painted a cliff known as the Falaise d'Aval along with the arch Porte d'Aval overlapping a tall, needle-shaped rock spire known as Aiguille (the Needle) that stands just offshore.
The homosociality of male artists working in tandem extended far beyond the small studios that Bazille and Monet inhabited both separately and together during the early years of their careers.
Lewison's conviction is that the average viewer is so au fait with Monet and Turner that they don't 'see' them any more, a bit like artistic wallpaper, and throwing Twombly - whom some Tate visitors may never even have heard of - into the mix brings all three into a sharper relief.
Turner and Monet are so familiar to us that we just don't know how to look at them any more.
But, he added, most Monet customers realize cost savings within 60 days
In early 2007, recognizing the success and value of the company, Monet decided to sell Contrarian.
Honoring George's Mississippi roots, Monet had an elaborate three-tiered groom's cake made of red velvet and chocolate Italian cream covered in chocolate ganache and accented with handmade sugar magnolias crafted by Dallas Affaires Cake Company.
A vast Claude Monet retrospective in Paris sheds new light on the Impressionist megastar, vaunting a "difficult" artist and using ultra-modern LEDs to illuminate his work as never before.
Water Lilies" is a collection of artwork from now acclaimed artist Claude Monet, with text from Ann Temkin and Nora Lawrence explaining the importance of his work.
Olivier Camu, head of Impressionist and modern art at Christie's London, said the Waterlilies were the "most iconic" subject for Monet and the artist treated this particular work, which depicts just the surface of the waterlily without showing any landscape, in a modern style.
Works by Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne and Edgar Degas - worth pounds 83million - were discovered on the back seat of an abandoned car.
There, he met Claude Monet (4), Frederic Bazille, and Alfred Sisley.