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Tag Archives: Impressionism
”Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?” Having 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
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