10 x 8"
oil on panel
Your Moment of Zen today featuring Claude Monet's landscapes.
I went to the Philadelphia Museum of Art years ago but I do remember this gentleman. He stood inches from each and every painting, seemingly captivated by Monet's layered and impressionistic brush strokes in this case. And for good reason. The gist of impressionism is those layered, tiny, angled brush strokes. It results in life. Movement. Light.
The painting on the left is Bend in the Epte River Near Giverny and to the right is Morning at Antibes - both by the Impressionist painter Claude Monet.
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