• (noun): French impressionist painter (1840-1926).
    Synonyms: Claude Monet

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La Grenouillère (Monet)
... La Grenouillère is a painting by the impressionist painter, Claude Monet ... Oil on canvas, 74.6 cm x 99.7 cm) Monet wrote on September 25, 1869, "I do have a dream, a painting (tableau), the baths of La Grenouillère, for which I have made some bad sketches ... who has just spent two months here, also wants to do this painting." Monet and Renoir, both desperately poor, were quite close at the time ...
M-Twins - Fictional Character Biography - Generation X and Posing As Monet
... 'Monet' along with Husk, Blink, and Skin were rescued by Emma Frost, Jubilee, Banshee, Synch, and Sabretooth ... they quickly established themselves just as egotistical and snide as the original Monet, creating an immediate rivalry with Jubilee ... episodes worried the staff and students, and Beast eventually diagnosed Monet with autism ...
Chichu Art Museum - Chichu Garden
150 types of plants and 40 kinds of trees that either appeared in Monet's works or were collected by the artist during his lifetime ... As Monet was an avid gardener, his own designs as well as inspiration gleaned directly from some of his most famous paintings were used to design the garden and ponds that make up the area, which even feature ... understanding and appreciation of Claude Monet's work can be deepened ...
MV Monet
... The MV Monet is a cruise ship operated by Elegant Cruises, based in New York ... Built in 1970, the Monet has been refurbished and designed in 1997 to serve as a large luxury yacht ...
Alfred Zwiebel - Style and Influences
... The individual artists by whom he was most strongly influenced were Claude Monet (like Monet, he was fascinated by water lilies and made a great number of ... a cabbage patch in Scarsdale, have much of the beauty of the great landscapes of Monet and Pissarro." "Zwiebel has a capacity of feeling as turbulent as van Gogh, as soft as Turner, and as ...

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    Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment. To such an extent indeed that one day, finding myself at the deathbed of a woman who had been and still was very dear to me, I caught myself in the act of focusing on her temples and automatically analyzing the succession of appropriately graded colors which death was imposing on her motionless face.
    —Claude Monet (1840–1926)