Claude Monet spent some time in Trouville, Normandy, a popular resort along the English Channel, in the summer of 1870, shortly before the start of the Franco-Prussian war. He had just married his wife, Camille, on June 28 and this was their wedding trip. On August 12, Eugene Boudin and his wife joined the Monet’s at Trouville. Boudin was a forerunner of the French Impressionist movement and a mentor to Monet. His influence can be seen Monet’s beach scenes which he painted during his stay at Trouville. Monet spent about eight weeks in Trouville in which time he created some eleven paintings. The paintings depict two main themes, the beachfront …..
Although Diego Rivera‘s Agrarian Leader Zapata, is an iconic component of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, its has been eight decades since it has hosted an exhibit, commemorating the artist. Where is Diego Rivera? The six month exhibit, dubbed: “Diego Rivera: Murals for The Museum of Modern Art” winds down in NYC on May 14, 2012. What is the address of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York? Meanwhile, the exact location of the Diego Rivera exhibit is on the second floor MoMA. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) address is: 11 West 53 Street |New York, NY10019 | 212.708.9400 Why is the Rivera collection so precious …..
With “The Birth of Impressionism” being such a big exhibition earlier this year at the de Young museum in San Francisco and now at the Frist Center in Nashville, it seemed fitting to discuss some of the most famous Impressionists. Of course to start, there is Claude Monet painter of Impression, Sunrise – the work from which the movement Impressionism got its name. Monet later went on to create such famous masterpieces as those in his Water Lilies series and The Japanese Bridge. Paul Cezanne, Alfred Sisley, Berthe Morisot and Camille Pissarro were also among those considered the original Impressionists. Mary Cassatt, known mainly for her paintings of mothers and …..