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Some people (including a few commenters on our Facebook page) think Arizona has only one national park. While the Grand Canyon may be the most famous national park here, Arizona is home to 22 natio...

Some people (including a few commenters on our Facebook page) think Arizona has only one national park. While the Grand Canyon may be the most famous national park here, Arizona is home to 22 natio...

Paul Durand-Ruel: the 'madman' who saved Impressionism - Telegraph (Claude Monet (right) with PDR @ the famous water lily pond in Giverney (1900)

Paul Durand-Ruel: the 'madman' who saved Impressionism

Paul Durand-Ruel: the 'madman' who saved Impressionism - Telegraph (Claude Monet (right) with PDR @ the famous water lily pond in Giverney (1900)

Claude Monet waited four years for his water garden at Giverny to bloom, before immortalizing it in paintings like “Water Lilies: Night Effect.”

Claude Monet waited four years for his water garden at Giverny to bloom, before immortalizing it in paintings like “Water Lilies: Night Effect.”

Claude Monet, I saw this painting at the Metropolitian Museum of Art in Manhattan.

Claude Monet, I saw this painting at the Metropolitian Museum of Art in Manhattan.

San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk (also known as Sunset in Venice) is an oil painting by Claude Monet that was painted in 1908. The painting is owned by National Museum Cardiff, the national art gallery of Wales. The original painting is oil on canvas and the dimension is 65.2 cm × 92.4 cm (25.7 in × 36.4 in). The term “impression” signifies the sensory information registered on the retina prior to any recognition of the object. For example, the eye sees tiny black spots before it recognizes them…

San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk (also known as Sunset in Venice) is an oil painting by Claude Monet that was painted in 1908. The painting is owned by National Museum Cardiff, the national art gallery of Wales. The original painting is oil on canvas and the dimension is 65.2 cm × 92.4 cm (25.7 in × 36.4 in). The term “impression” signifies the sensory information registered on the retina prior to any recognition of the object. For example, the eye sees tiny black spots before it recognizes them…

Claude Monet in Giverny

Claude Monet in Giverny

Claude-Oscar Monet: 'The Water-Lily Pond' - National Gallery, London, England 1899 - This was my favorite painting in the National Gallery. Oh, so beautiful. It's such an airy, spring-like painting, as though looking through this portal gives you freedom.

Pierre Auguste Renoir : Claude Monet, The Reader

Pierre Auguste Renoir : Claude Monet, The Reader

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