Claude Monet (1840–1926) belonged to the group of artists who gave birth to the influential Impressionist art movement. In fact, the very name of the movement comes from the title of Monet’s oil painting Impression, soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise). When a less-than-impressed critic attended an 1874 art show featuring the subversive art of Monet and his associates, the critic coined this term and used it as a gibe at Monet’s manner of painting. Of course, the rogue artists were only too happy to embrace it as the name for their movement.
Agenda 2019 - Monet, Letter To Morisot Mini
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Dimensiuni: H: 14cm | l: 10cm