Claude Monet

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French impressionist painter (1840-1926)


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Best Of Monet, the unique art app that features more than 60 great works of art from the Impressionist painter Claude Monet, is available for the price of $0.
MONET'S GARDEN COMES TO NEW YORK CITY - THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN'S stunning tribute to Claude Monet will feature the film "MONET'S PALATE - A Gastronomic View from the Gardens of Giverny " From May 19, 2012 through October 21, 2012.
At this point, the students are fairly familiar with Claude Monet and some of his work.
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.
Summary: The Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale will take place at Christie's on 23 June and will offer 46 works of art, including exceptional museum-quality masterpieces by Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Franz Marc, Joan Miro, Camille Pissarro and Marcel Duchamp.
Sainsbury, who died last year, bequeathed works from artists including Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin, Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud to the Tate and the National Gallery in what Tate director Nicholas Serota called one of the biggest art donations of the past century.
There was no word on whether a ransom was paid for the paintings by Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh, which are together valued at SFr 70 million.
Poppies near Vetheuil' (1879) by Claude Monet, and 'Blossoming Chestnut Branch' (1890) by van Gogh, were formally identified by the director of the Buehrle Museum from where they were stolen last Sunday, the police said.
There, he met Claude Monet (4), Frederic Bazille, and Alfred Sisley.
We see the French artist Claude Monet leaving his sunny French studio past rainy Scottish canvases.
On May 4, 1891, an exhibition of recent works by Claude Monet opened at the Durand-Ruel Gallery in Paris, including a series of 15 paintings intended to be seen together, each depicting landscapes with stacks of wheat.
The text of Waking Day is a poem by Constance Morgenstern and is set off, page by page, line by line, with full color paintings by Claude Monet, Edgar Dega, Vincent van Gogh, John Singer Sargent, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Childe Hassam, Fidelia Bridges, Pierre Bonnard, Berthe Morisot, Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Frank Weston Benson, Theo van Rysselberghe, and Frederick Carl Frieseke.
The building houses a permanent collection of works by Impressionist master Claude Monet and contemporary artists Walter De Maria and James Turrell.
In the installation After Claude Monet (1840-1926), Morning on the Seine, near Givenchy, 1897, 2003, he presents a book with a reproduction of Monet's painting, a succession of photographs of the Fenway Memorial Garden near the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and a copy of the Spartacus International Gay Guide, drawing parallels between the site--one of the cruising spots listed in the guide--and Monet's landscape.
The life of French painter Claude Monet was marked by many disparate emotions, and they found vent in his work.