Tag Archives: Impressionism

NONE OF THE ABOVE

”Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?” ┬áHaving presented the questions so handsomely, in his greatest painting, it hardly seems to matter that Paul Gauguin had none of the answers. To look for allegorical meanings … Continue reading

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IMPRESSIONS ABANDONING TO THE LIGHT

In the countryside of northern France he made a garden. And there, Claude Monet, as he grew old and his eyesight failed him, perceived and painted sunlight and water, trees and flowers, as no one ever had before. He literally … Continue reading

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The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon-Monet

Houston…Houston do you hear me? He packed an easel, some paint , brushes and a couple canvases before boarding the Apollo 12 spacecraft on a November 1969 mission in which he walked on the lunar surface of the moon. He … Continue reading

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